Chainlink Weekly Roundup: AOmetaverse, Coinbase Cloud, Arbitrum, T-Systems

Smart contract oracle network Chainlink extends to the Australian Open metaverse, Ethereum NFTs, Arbitrum and staking by T-Systems MMS.

Chainlink Partners With Major Brands

Dominant smart contract oracle network Chainlink was on the march this week, announcing partnerships with major brands in Web3 and traditional spaces.

In this week’s roundup:


Australian Open NFTs

AO Metaverse, the official metaverse of the Australian Open, is integrating Chainlink VRF to ensure fairness for its AO Artball Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) contest. The Australian Open is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments.

Each AO Artball NFT is linked to a plot on the Australian Open tennis court. If a winning shot lands on that plot, the NFT is updated with cool features. In addition to assigning plots randomly to the 9,230 existing AO Artball NFTs from 2022, artwork will be assigned randomly to the new batch of 2,454 NFTs for 2023.

“We love that anyone can confirm their ArtBalls and court plots were fairly distributed — this is important to the entire project and our ethos,” said Adam De Cata, Run it Wild Founder & NFT Tech CEO, in a Medium post.

NFT Price Feeds on Ethereum

Chainlink NFT Price Feeds are now live on Ethereum mainnet, initially supporting the following collections: Azuki Official, Bored Ape Yacht Club, CloneX, Cool Cats, CrypToadz, CryptoPunks, Doodles, Mutant Apes, Vee Friends and World of Women.

Chainlink NFT Floor Price Feeds were created in collaboration with Coinbase Cloud. They provide Web3 developers with a secure, reliable and accurate floor price feed for leading NFT collections, unlocking potential for new Decentralized Applications (dApps)Decentralized Finance (DeFi) protocols and tokens.

“We are excited about this collaboration between Coinbase and Chainlink. We’re bridging the gap between transparency and security in the NFT space by bringing reliable and timely on-chain NFT Floor Price Feeds for the top NFT collections to the Web3 world,” Coinbase VP Data Michael Li said on the Chainlink blog.

Chainlink on Arbitrum

Chainlink Automation has gone live on the Arbitrum layer-two blockchain, and is being integrated by dApps including COTI and Armadillo, Cask, and DeFiEdge.

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