Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.11032

Sept. 23, 2022, 1:24 a.m. | Marco Di Gennaro, Lorenzo Italiano, Giovanni Meroni, Giovanni Quattrocchi

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Thanks to built-in immutability and persistence, the blockchain is often seen
as a promising technology to certify information. However, when the information
does not originate from the blockchain itself, its correctness cannot be taken
for granted. To address this limitation, blockchain oracles -- services that
validate external information before storing it in a blockchain -- were
introduced. In particular, when the validation cannot be automated, oracles
rely on humans that collaboratively cross-check external information. In this
paper, we present DeepThought, …

blockchain oracle voting

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