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Wrapping trust for interoperability. A study of wrapped tokens

@article{Caldarelli2021WrappingTF,
  title={Wrapping trust for interoperability. A study of wrapped tokens},
  author={Giulio Caldarelli},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.06847}
}
As known, blockchains are traditionally blind to the real world. This implies the reliance on third parties called oracles when extrinsic data is needed for smart contracts. However, reintroducing trust and single point of failure, oracles implementation is still controversial and debated. The blindness to the real world makes blockchains also unable to communicate with each other preventing any form of interoperability. An early approach to the interoperability issue is constituted by “wrapped… Expand

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