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United States
Founded
2017
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Blockchain
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United States SEC
Blockchain
Ethereum
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In development
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$2.39
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$836,893,598
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2016-09-19
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Total Raised
$32.000.000
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About project
⦁ ChainLink is a secure blockchain middleware that allows smart contracts on various networks to connect with the critical resources they need to become useful.
The Chainlink developers believes that although smart contracts may revolutionize many industries by replacing the need for traditional legal agreements, the underlying consensus protocols related to blockchain technology results in smart contracts being unable to effectively communicate with external systems. Oracles are the necessary middleware that provide this access/functionality to Ethereum smart contracts. With oracles, it is possible to provide programmable contracts that do payouts between two parties once certain criteria have been met, without involving a middleman.
The team has been creating secure oracles for Bitcoin and Ethereum for over 3 years, connecting smart contracts on various networks to critical external data feeds as triggers, and the many off-chain systems needed to become operational. Their team aims to make a world where smart contracts are securely connected to the off-chain data, APIs and widely accepted payments they need to work for 90% of real use cases.
The Chainlink ecosystem revolves around the LINK token and the LINK network. Through the release of APIs and other platforms, the developers plan to enhance the applicability and usability of smart contracts across the business world.
ChainLink has developed oracles that can allow a smart contract creator a way to interact with different data providers, payment solutions, and the traditional banking system. For example: 
⦁ Smart contract securities need data feeds about market prices and market reference data e.g. Interest rates. They commonly also need to pay into existing bank accounts for many of their users, which can only be done through a ChainLink that connects to the existing banking system.
⦁ Smart contract insurance needs data feeds about IoT data related to the insurable event in question e.g. was the warehouses magnetic door locked at the time of a breach, was the companies firewall online, did the flight you had insurance on arrive on time, etc. Insurance products also commonly want to pay out in formats that users already want to receive e.g. USD to the end-users bank account. 
⦁ Trade finance smart contracts commonly need GPS data about shipments, data from supply chain ERP systems, and customs data about the goods being shipped; all of this data needs to be added to the smart contract by a ChainLink. Many trade finance transactions are still currently settled in fiat currency, which they can pay in using a ChainLink.
ChainLink supports Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Hyperledger. 
Core team
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Sergey Nazarov
CEO
 
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Steve Ellis
CTO
 
Advisors & CM
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Ari Juels
Technical Advisor
2018 - present
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Andrew Miller
Technical Advisor
2018 - present
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Evan Cheng
Technical Advisor
2018 - present
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Hudson Jameson
Technical Advisor
2018 - present
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Jake Brukhman
Advisor
2018 - present
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Brian Lio
Advisor
2018 - present
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