Powering Dapps, Cross-Chain.
DeFi lending protocolsdApp
How it works
Real World Data
Orakuru asks its external nodes to capture data, such as BSC price feeds and off-chain market.
Data is pulled in through external nodes, then validated for it’s timeliness and accuracy.
Market Data Feeds
Orakuru delivers reliable and fast data streams that are ready to use.
Real World Usage
DEXs, prediction markets, insurance, lending, and more than use our feeds to power their dApps.
What others say about Orakuru
"Orakuru relies on delegated nodes and a staking system. This way, each node can either earn a reward or be punished when failing to truthfully validate the results."
"One of the first oracles on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) that has launched with significant interest from investors and multiple audits from several auditing firms."
"Founding team members hail from a variety of prominent global organizations, including Badger, Airbnb, ConsenSys and Polygon (formerly MATIC), and have experience working with decentralized technologies."
What makes Orakuru unique
Built on BSC, going Cross-Chain
This enables oracle services to rapidly grow the number of DeFi applications on the Binance Smart Chain while avoiding slow block times, high fees, and congestion.
As a community-governed platform, ORK holders are involved in various decision-making processes relating to the development and evolution of the Orakuru network.
Orakuru aspires to have a high number of nodes, reducing the likelihood of erroneous data being returned to requesters.
The $ORK token
Digital asset token to pay for services on the Orakuru network
Reward node operators for serving job requests to clients
On-chain governance to regulate different aspects of the network.
Clients can utilize Orakuru for price feeds, VRF, and ad-hoc requests
Liquidity Pool Farm allows anyone to earn tokens while supporting the ecosystems by staking Liquidity Pool (LP) tokens.