LayerZero integrated Google Cloud oracles


The use of Google Cloud service oracles has become available for all applications in the LayerZero omnichain protocol. By default, a specially configured message verifier will be installed starting September 19th.

The introduction of the tool means that LayerZero will use the secure infrastructure of one of the largest Internet organizations, the statement said.

Google Cloud Oracles are designed to exchange information over HTTPS and verify website certificates.

As a result of the integration, the solution will by default validate all messages in LayerZero.

The team noted that oracles will be part of the protocol’s modular security architecture, along with other data verification tools like PolyhedraZK. Application developers will be able to create their own solution stack based on their needs.

LayerZero has previously integrated with the Moonbeam parachain, the Aptos platform, and Polygon’s zkEVM Ethereum scaling solution.

Let’s remember that in April, the company behind the project, LayerZero Labs, raised $120 million in a Series B funding round at a valuation of $3 billion.

In September, the bankruptcy exchange FTX filed a lawsuit against the firm demanding the return of $86 million.

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