Flare’s ‘Signal Providers’ (Flare Time Series Oracles or FTSOs) will be the backbone elements of Flare’s consensus allowing FLR holders to benefit on their crypto.
Use Your Spark website is live, invites delegators
According to the official announcement by the team of a newly-launched Flare-centric service Use Your Spark, its official website started operations.
Our new website is live! We're still working on integrating our price feeds, so will update soon. Let us know your thoughts...https://t.co/fdpRFq80YG— UseYourSpark (@useyourspark) September 1, 2021
We're now focused on wallet integration and vote delegation flows, whilst patiently waiting for #Songbird!#flr #spark #Flare
Like other Flare’s delegating services providers, Use Your Spark will allow Flare enthusiasts to benefit from delegating their FLR in favor of some Flare node operator.
Use Your Spark will ensure the accuracy of price broadcasting in Flare’s ecosystem. At the moment, its team is working on the inaugural batch of eight price feeds.
Cardano (ADA), XRP, Stellar Lumens (XLM), Dogecoin (DOGE), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Spark (FLR) and Algorand (ALGO) USD-denominated price feeds will be integrated soon.
Flare Networks checks token claims from exchanges
Also, Use Your Spark team stressed that the seamless wallet integration and vote delegation mechanisms will go live soon.
Meanwhile, Flare Networks, the team behind the progress of the much-anticipated Flare (FLR) blockchain, confirmed that they finished the verification of token claims by exchanges.
We have been working with exchanges to make sure that they have made their claims properly before any distribution is made. We have been able to double check the claims of all major exchanges and almost all supporting exchanges. That process finished this morning.— Flare (@FlareNetworks) September 1, 2021
As covered by CryptoComes previously, more than 45 exchanges stated that they would support FLR airdrop to XRP holders.