Chainlink Provides Oracle Service for zkSync 2.0 Testnet

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Chainlink is providing oracle services for the zkSync2.0 testnet. Developers will access off-chain data through Chainlink to build more advanced smart contract applications. It was reported that on February 22, the zkSync 2.0 public testnet was officially launched, which is also the first EVM-compatible ZK Rollup on the Ethereum testnet.

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According to CoinShare, digital asset investment products (crypto funds) saw their sixth consecutive week of net inflows last week, totalling about $39 million. The cryptocurrency market rallied on February 28 despite the S&P 500 remaining soft. Bitcoin is up 15% over the past 24 hours, compared with a 12% gain in ETH and a 24% rise in LUNA as traders react to the ongoing peace talk between Russia and Ukraine. Bitcoin turned down from the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) ($40,035) during the weekend, and the bull managed to break this price level and pushed the price further to $43,200 today, which suggests a possible reverse for the short-term trend.

 

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