Liquity using Tellor
When we set out to write our piece on oracle best practices, which presents concepts like “Assume your oracle can fail”, and “Know the cost to break,” we intended to set the tone for how we felt the oracle space would be best fit to thrive in a robust fashion. From day 1, our goal was never to be the one oracle to fit all use-cases, but instead to focus on a set of things we know we could do very well: get data on-chain in a censorship-resistant manner with crypto-economic incentives that keep the system unstoppable. Ultimately we are a part of a larger community of oracles collectively striving to provide a liquid enough flow of secure data for protocols to take advantage of. A great example of a project that aligns with our best practices article, is Liquidity Protocol.