Oracle

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The Oracle is the tool which a blockchain uses to exchange information with the physical world. Thanks to the flow of information it creates between both environments, it can be very useful for the Smart Contracts. In fact, they use these oracles to update the status in their code and trigger (or not) their internal clauses.

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