The Wolfram Blockchain Lab (WBL) and Tezos are fully integrating Tezos into the Wolfram Language and Wolframalpha. The integration makes it easy for developers who want to interact with the Tezos blockchain and its smart contracts.

Oracle designed by WBL expands computing and analysis capabilities of Tezos developers

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The well-known computing technology provider Wolfram provides computing language and answer engine through its own distributed ledger technology. The two-way integration orchestrated by Wolfram Blockchain Lab (WBL) and TQ Tezos is designed to allow the two blockchains to pull and push data from each other.

This integration is made possible by a blockchain oracle designed by Wolfram, which allows Tezos developers to use Wolframalpha data and calculation facts, while enabling Wolfram users to analyze Tezos blockchain data. Oracle is essentially a bridge between two blockchains, allowing the blockchain to extract data from external sources similar to APIs through off-chain transactions.

In the case of a Tezos smart contract, this oracle grants the smart contract the ability to extract computational data from Wolframalpha, such as pricing data or other forms that may be required to meet contract conditions or trigger events. Then, it is easier to automate the analysis component of the smart contract without compromising security.

More secure and reliable smart contracts

Wolfram’s algorithm library and knowledge base perfectly complement the Tezos formal verification method through Oracle’s secure delivery of computational facts, which proves the correctness of the smart contract properties. In short, this provides more shortcuts for developers seeking to build more secure and reliable smart contracts.

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Through expansion, this extended function not only supports the Tezos development ecosystem, but also coincides with other initiatives (such as recent upgrades), which have greatly reduced smart contract transaction fees. In addition, this cooperation provides Wolfram blockchain users with the potential to tap the Tezos blockchain through statistical queries that effectively analyze smart contract activities.

The self-upgrading nature of Tezos and the ever-expanding toolkit mark another important milestone for this third-generation blockchain. Wolfram also stated that with reports that Wolfram is exploring the “baker” role in the Tezos Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain, as collaboration develops, developers’ tools will continue to expand.

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