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Tellor (TRB) Rebounds and Clears Short-Term Resistance

Tellor (TRB) Rebounds and Clears Short-Term Resistance

BeInCryptoBeInCrypto02 Jun 2021 | 09:39 am
Tellor (TRB) decreased considerably in May but validated a long-term ascending support line with its subsequent bounce. It has broken out from a short-term descending resistance line and is now in the process of creating a bullish structure. The MACD has given a bullish reversal signal and both the RSI and Stochastic oscillator are increasing. The price is facing resistance at $84 and $114.
Tellor3 Upgrade is Live!

Tellor3 Upgrade is Live!

MediumMedium20 May 2021 | 20:13 pm
Tellor has deployed a major update to its smart contract structure. The update is a step forward in the maturity and strength of Tellor, by providing us with a secure path back to token governance. This comes after a major error on February 15, 2021 froze the Tellor system and forced us to migrate tokens to a new master contract.
Crypto.com App Lists Tellor (TRB)

Crypto.com App Lists Tellor (TRB)

Crypto.com | Official BlogCrypto.com | Official Blog12 May 2021 | 03:30 am
Tellor (TRB) is listed in the Crypto.com App, and joins the growing list of 100+ supported cryptocurrencies and stablecoins, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Polkadot (DOT), Chainlink (LINK), VeChain (VET), USD Coin (USDC), and CRO (CRO). Tellor is an Ethereum-based, decentralized, secure oracle for decentralized finance (DeFi) decentralized applications (DApps).
Coinbase Lists TRB

Coinbase Lists TRB

MediumMedium05 May 2021 | 17:25 pm
Starting Wednesday May 5, users can transfer Tellor Tributes, TRB, into Coinbase Pro accounts ahead of trading. Support for TRB will be available in all Coinbase’s supported jurisdictions. Trading will begin on or after 9AM Pacific Time (PT) Thursday May 6, if liquidity conditions are met.
Liquity using Tellor

Liquity using Tellor

MediumMedium28 Apr 2021 | 18:37 pm
Liquity has integrated Tellor’s oracle into their system. Liquity is an immutable and decentralized borrowing protocol defined by its 0% interest rate and stability pool mechanism. Tellor is a dual oracle design that uses ETH/USD data from one oracle and switches to the fallback if some parameters are triggered.
Q1 2021 Update

Q1 2021 Update

MediumMedium31 Mar 2021 | 16:43 pm
Tellor’s CEO Brenda Loya and CTO Nick Fett have shared their thoughts on the first quarter of 2021. Tellor has been working behind the scenes with a number of projects and is looking forward to sharing more details about some of them soon. Chorus is a semi-stablecoin protocol giving users the ability to white label their very own community currency.
Tellor token v1

Tellor token v1

MediumMedium22 Mar 2021 | 13:57 pm
On February 15, 2021, the Tellor system experienced a major error while deploying the upgrade to v2.6.1. The upgrade contained a transition to an invalid proxy address, which had no functionality. This error was not caught in the proposal process and consequently was voted in favor for.
TRB Migration

TRB Migration

MediumMedium04 Mar 2021 | 19:52 pm
On February 15, 2021, the Tellor system experienced a major error while deploying the upgrade to v2.6.1. The upgrade to the new version contained a transition to an invalid proxy address, which had no functionality. This error was not caught in the proposal process and consequently was voted in favor of the upgrade.
Introducing Chorus

Introducing Chorus

MediumMedium18 Jan 2021 | 20:08 pm
Chorus is a community currency protocol designed to provide semi-stable coins that can be tailored to fit communities' specific needs. Chorus will be using Tellor as its oracle, providing flexibility when creating the Anthem (the customizable currency smart contract). Users will be able to choose any ERC-20 pairing as their collateral.
2020 Year-In-Review

2020 Year-In-Review

MediumMedium30 Dec 2020 | 21:01 pm
Tellor’s CTO Nick Fett has shared his thoughts on the year that was in the DeFi space. The first year in existence, Tellor experienced a growth in the community and protocol that beat its best expectations. Tellor published 27 times in the year and don’t plan on slowing down in 2021.
Subjectivity in Oracles

Subjectivity in Oracles

MediumMedium15 Dec 2020 | 19:38 pm
When placing a settlement price on a blockchain, you have two components: - How to get it on-chain and - What to get on chain. Truth is subjective. How we arrive at this truth is some codified way to achieve “social consensus” (the subjective, agreed upon truth). Layer 1 consensus is only on a very specific set of opcodes and actions.
Tellor on Matic

Tellor on Matic

MediumMedium24 Nov 2020 | 21:00 pm
The Tellor Core team has created an oracle implementation on Matic, a hybrid POS+Plasma sidechain on top of Ethereum that is fast and cheap to use. The oracle is a data feed that uses a centralized source, but has the option to fallback to a decentralised option (Tellor) if there is a dispute or conflict in regards to the data's accuracy.
Tellor Security 201

Tellor Security 201

MediumMedium19 Nov 2020 | 15:55 pm
The Tellor oracle, a decentralised network of miners that provides data to the Ethereum network, has been live for over a year now, with several upgrades. It has become quite the robust system, consistently driving towards decentralisation and security. This article should give you a good understanding of the current crypto-economic guarantees underlying the system and even the best ways to attack it.
Play with Tellor

Play with Tellor

MediumMedium16 Nov 2020 | 21:01 pm
In an effort to open up accessibility for users to ‘play’ with Tellor, we’ve created Tellor Playground. This allows projects to interact with the Tellor protocol in its simplest form, focusing on components a user would only need to concern themselves with to incorporate Tellor into their smart contract and see if it’s a right fit for them. The Playground will exist as a sandbox for said projects to dip their toes in with minimal hurdles.
The Tribe has spoken

The Tribe has spoken

MediumMedium25 Oct 2020 | 20:14 pm
Tellor Improvement Proposal token governance method has passed its first upgrade using TIP-2, the proposal for V2.5, which is now live on the mainnet. The initiative was aimed at creating a fully decentralised and censorship-resistant protocol. The proposal was passed with a 10% quorum, enough votes without even counting Tellor Core’s dev-share Tributes, according to reports.
Tellor v2.5

Tellor v2.5

MediumMedium17 Oct 2020 | 17:43 pm
The first decentralized upgrade of cryptocurrency Tellor using the Tellor Improvement Proposal (TIP) process has been released. The TIP is a new token governance method of upgrading the cryptocurrency's protocol after the recent admin key burn. The current reward for miners is 1 TRB per miner per Tellor block with the difficulty target at 5 minutes.
Tellor Improvement Proposals

Tellor Improvement Proposals

MediumMedium16 Oct 2020 | 20:19 pm
Tellor Improvement Proposals (TIPs) are the mechanism used for improving Tellor's protocol through an open process that allows for transparent governance by the community of token holders. TIPs describe any proposed improvements, fork proposals, and pre-specified data requests for the Tellor community to discuss and vote on. The first TIP is set to be the release of V2.5.
Quarterly Update — Q3 Review

Quarterly Update — Q3 Review

MediumMedium01 Oct 2020 | 17:41 pm
Cryptocurrency startup Tellor has announced that it has hired its first developer, JG, and is in the process of onboarding two more full-time hires in the next couple weeks. Founded in 2015, Tellor's decentralised oracle network allows miners to push more data on-chain, faster, and more securely. It was founded in 2013 by Michael Zemrose.
Best Practices for Oracle Users on Ethereum

Best Practices for Oracle Users on Ethereum

MediumMedium25 Mar 2020 | 19:32 pm
Developers have advised developers on how to use oracles if they're building on cryptocurrency 'Ethereum' and advised them to not assume finality in their oracles. The easiest implementation of an oracle is a centralized one, they said. "When you can rely on instantaneously correct values submitted on-chain, you make different design decisions about the capability and user-experience of your system," they added.