Switchboard Oracle on Core Mainnet Alpha

2 min readFeb 23, 2023

Core blockchain has officially launched to mainnet in Q1 2023 and Switchboard is thrilled to support developers in the Core ecosystem with our oracle infrastructure!

Oracles play a crucial and integral role in the genesis of any blockchain mainnet launch — providing developers with the necessary data (such as price for DeFi) to plug into their products.

Hence, in order to build a strong infrastructure foundation, Switchboard has implemented our v2 iteration on to the Core blockchain.

In this article, we’ll discuss:

  • What we currently support
  • What to look out for
  • Links and resources to start developing

Read our #PluggedintoCore article to learn about our expansion to Core.

We’d love to take the opportunity to thank Core for supporting us to steadfast kickstart research and development, and eventually push production to mainnet.

What Switchboard currently support

As Switchboard Labs expands our oracle to support Core, our products retain its values and familiarities to provide the best developer experience for the builders in Core.


The Explorer allows developers to view live data feeds and integrate them with ease, by plugging in the feed address to their contracts to read the data.


The Publisher retains its features of the catalog and custom feed builder (with Web 2 fetch, Parse, Math, Logic task types readily available). With the Publisher’s core features of permissionlessness and customizability, developers can build, fund and manage their data feeds all on our application without the need of any form contact or friction.

Read our thread to learn about our products.

What to look out for

Integrations, integrations, integrations!

We look forward to empower developers on Core to build all kinds of blockchain applications, reach out to us if you have not! We’ll continue to update our Github and documentation to provide a greater developer experience to the builders in the Core ecosystem!

Read our documentation to learn about Core integrations.

Read our github to dive deeper about Core implementations.