A massive growth indication for the blockchain industry through Chainlink (LINK), a decentralized Oracle network, surfaced as the World Economic Forum named the blockchain technology among Technology Pioneers, a group containing early-stage firms across the world involved in the development, design, and deployment of technological innovations, having the tendency of making thunderous impacts on the world at large.
The community of Technology Pioneers at the World Economic Forum is a subset of the Global Innovation community containing different start-ups. The cohort selection marks the 20th anniversary of the Pioneer community.
The inclusion of Chainlink into the great forum has made the forum invite Sergey Nazarov, Chainlink’s co-founder, as a participant at any of World Economic Forum discussions, a yearly event and activity used to commemorate the anniversary if the community.
Over the next two years, Chainlink also has the opportunity to make contributions to the Forum ideas and work with policymakers across the world.
Nazarov said the firm is pleased to be recognized as it makes use of blockchain technology for the socio-economic progress of the world.
Among the companies in the “Technology Pioneers” are the likes of Google, Airbnb, Mozilla, Spotify, Twitter, and some other household name companies, and more than 25% of companies on the list are being led by women.
Big Companies Adopt Chainlink (LINK)
Chainlink (LINK) has been a great innovator solutions adopted by all and sundry across the world. Exactly this period in 2019, Google integrated its BigQuery service with Chainlink, a blog post announcement by the firm indicated.
The collaboration makes it easy for anyone building on Ethereum to make use of Google software that can perform data synching through Chainlink. The announcement came a few months after Bitcoin, Ethereum, and some other cryptocurrencies were made available on Google’s BigQuery.
Chainlink started off by raising $32 million during its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in September 2017. Now, several platforms are integrated with Chainlink, including the likes of AVA Labs, The Graph, ARPA, Dipole, KyberSwap, Bamboo Relay, and many others.
ChainFaces Launches FaceGolf on Chainlink
On June 12, ChainFaces launched the maiden spinoff minigame making use of FaceGolf powered by Chainlink Verifiable Randomness Function (VRF). Holders of ChainFace can use their digital collectible NFTs to join and compete in golf tournaments. The game was designed in partnership with Skyler Fly, ChainFaces creator Nate Hart.
Crypto billionaire and co-founder of Gemini, Tyler Winklevoss recently said Chainlink (LINK) has outstanding applications. While appreciating the performance of the blockchain technology, Tyler showed love to the LINK supporters saying they are dedicated like members of Ethereum and Bitcoin in the early days of crypto.