Integration requests

Want to integrate a new asset or network with the DIA Oracle Builder? Find out how to submit your integration requests and collaborate with the DIA team for a tailored experience.


The DIA Oracle Builder is designed to be versatile and adaptive to the ever-evolving landscape of decentralized finance. While we offer an extensive library of assets and support for multiple networks, we understand the need for continuous expansion. This page guides you on how to request the integration of new assets or blockchain networks into the DIA Oracle Builder.

Request Flow

Requesting New Assets

If there's a specific asset you'd like to see added to the DIA library for use in the DIA Oracle Builder, please follow these steps:

  1. Asset Details: Prepare a brief document detailing the asset's name, its significance, its current market presence, and any other relevant information.

  2. Exchange where is traded: Add a list of the CEXs and DEXs where the asset is traded, including the asset pairs, if possible.

  3. Use case: Explain for which type of use case you would build using the price oracle.

  4. Contact Us: Reach out to the DIA team via our Telegram channel. Share the prepared details and await our response.

Requesting Support for New Networks

For those seeking integration of new layer-1 or layer-2 networks into the DIA Oracle Builder, here's how to proceed:

  1. Network Details: Compile information about the network, including its name, its unique features, its user base, and any other pertinent data.

  2. Integration Benefits: Describe the advantages and potential use cases that would arise from the DIA Oracle Builder supporting this network.

  3. Contact Us: Connect with the DIA team on our Telegram channel. Provide the gathered information and wait for our feedback.

Supported Networks

The DIA Oracle Builder currently supports the following testnet networks:

  • Ethereum Goerli

  • Arbitrum Goerli

  • Polygon Mumbai

If you're seeking support for a network not listed above, please follow the request flow to get in touch with us.

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