SERO (Super Zero Protocol), a DApp privacy protection platform, announced it will integrate the decentralized oracle network service of the DOS Network, which aims to jointly expand and promote the privacy protection and DAap ecosystem of the blockchain industry.
DOS Network was co-founded by Siyuan Hua and Qi Wang, former technical directors of Google, Pure Storage and Oracle. The DOS Network is a second-tier decentralized oracle service network that does not depend on the chain and can provide real-time data feed and computing solutions for multiple blockchains.
The DOS Network enables DApps to obtain external data and perform complex calculations through an off-chain distributed network in a safe and effective manner. It connects blockchain smart contracts with real-world data and events and provides verifiable computing capabilities for the blockchain, enabling more application scenarios to be implemented on the blockchain.
SERO + DOS Network
SERO supports Turing computing smart contract operations and various related privacy components, which can support the expansion of different blockchain economic ecosystems. The issuance of anonymous assets is no longer restricted to a few people with extensive cryptographic knowledge.
As a decentralized oracle network, the DOS Network has various unique advantages that a centralized oracle does not have, especially in terms of confidentiality. Because a single platform and third-party organizations have information about all user’s data, if they are attacked or proactively leaked for profiteering, users ‘ important data, information, and privacy will not be protected. Therefore, the functions and features of the DOS Network are consistent with the original intention of the SERO network.
In addition, SERO independently developed a zero-knowledge proof crypto library Super-ZK, which has a markedly higher level of performance compared to the zk-SNARKs library.
In the near future, the DOS Network will actively work on implementing the verifiable computing architecture supported by zk-SNARK and the latest technology for generating zkSNARK common parameters. This partnership is an excellent opportunity for the two parties to work closely together for zero-knowledge proof research.
SERO will integrate DOS oracles enabling DApp developers to use the DOS Network oracles to conveniently and quickly call off-chain data and more. Through this partnership, DApp use cases with data privacy protection and interaction including off-chain data can be achieved.
It is also worth mentioning that DOS Network and SERO have countless identical use cases: supply chain systems, healthcare, online auctions, online games, etc. There are more industries involved in asset digitization and privacy-sensitive digital assets, such as insurance, commodity trading, futures trading, credit industry, digital asset trading, and more. In all these areas, DOS and SERO cooperation have broad application prospects.