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Yatendra Rana
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Oasis and Covalent Forge Partnership to Integrate Sapphire Data into Web3 Ecosystem

To enhance the web3 user experience, Oasis Network and Covalent team up to enable swift on-chain data access for Oasis Sapphire Runtime. This collaboration marks a significant step forward in empowering Web3 developers and revolutionizing the landscape of decentralized applications (dApps). To surpass Web2 and deliver superior user experiences, Web3 must offer enhanced applications. A key element crucial for a smooth Web3 experience is the swift availability of on-chain data across networks, particularly on advanced platforms such as the Oasis Sapphire runtime.

In the rapidly evolving landscape of blockchain technology, Oasis has unveiled an extraordinary breakthrough – Sapphire. As the first and only confidential EVM-compatible runtime built on the Oasis network, Sapphire opens up a world of possibilities for developers seeking to create cutting-edge on-chain dApps with unprecedented levels of confidentiality.

Covalent and Oasis have joined forces,focusing on the Sapphire runtime. While the initial partnership revolved around Covalent's integration with Emerald, an Oasis runtime designed for EVM compatibility without Sapphire's confidentiality features, this latest endeavor aims to provide developers with enhanced data capabilities, further streamlining the development process of dApps.
This article explains some key details of this partnership.

Enhancing Historical Data Access:

The partnership between Oasis and Covalent focuses on improving historical data access for developers leveraging the Oasis Sapphire runtime. By utilizing Covalent's powerful tools, developers can now more easily engineer confidential dApps with full historical data access. This functionality is pivotal, as it enables users to have complete control over their own information while utilizing cutting-edge networks like the Oasis Sapphire runtime.

Benefits for Web3 Developers:

The integration of Covalent's Unified API tools with the Oasis Sapphire runtime brings numerous advantages for Web3 developers. Firstly, it streamlines the process of accessing on-chain data across various networks, eliminating the complexity associated with retrieving historical data. This newfound simplicity enables developers to focus their efforts on creating innovative and user-centric dApps.
Moreover, the partnership enables developers to leverage Covalent's rich historical data to enhance the functionality and usability of their dApps. By utilizing comprehensive historical data, developers can build more intelligent applications that leverage past information to deliver personalized experiences to users. This not only enhances user engagement but also promotes transparency and empowers users by providing them with control over their own data.

Empowering Web3 Users:

One of the core principles of Web3 is the empowerment of users, giving them ownership and control over their data. The Oasis and Covalent partnership aligns perfectly with this vision by providing users with full control over their personal information. With the integration of Covalent's tools, Oasis Sapphire developers can build confidential dApps that prioritize user privacy while offering seamless access to historical data. This not only enhances the user experience but also builds trust in the Web3 ecosystem.

The partnership between Oasis and Covalent represents an important milestone in advancing the capabilities of Web3 applications. By enabling easier access to historical data for Oasis Sapphire developers, this collaboration empowers developers to create more sophisticated and user-centric dApps. Additionally, it emphasizes user control and privacy, promoting the core principles of Web3. As the Web3 landscape continues to evolve, partnerships like this play a vital role in driving innovation and shaping the future of decentralized applications.

For more detailed information on the Oasis and Covalent partnership and their efforts to enhance historical data access for Oasis Sapphire developers, please refer to the blog post available at following link.

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