OP Labs, a heavy-hitting team of engineers behind Ethereum's L2 Optimism, released a ground-breaking tool to make interaction with Ethereum more resource-efficient and frictionless.
Drippie goes live to automate interaction with Ethereum’s on-chain data
As per the official statement shared by Ethereum’s veteran Kelvin Fichter, a novel mechanism dubbed Drippie is created by OP Labs.
Optimism does a lot of stuff on-chain. Managing all of these interactions securely can be a bit of a headache.July 25, 2022
That’s why we built Drippie, a trust-minimized Ethereum-native conditional transaction system.
Not unlike mainstream Web3 tool If This Then That (IFTTT), newly-launched Drippie combines various triggers with relevant actions.
Solidity engineers can program Drippie to react to various on-chain events by making sets of pre-determined actions. Each ‘check-action’ set in Drippie is called a ‘drip’
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In a nutshell, Drippie allows Ethereum (ETH) transactions to be sent when the certain conditions are met.
Different drips, different use-cases
As of July 2022, Drippie mechanisms are integrated into various protocols including the likes of Gelato Network, Chainlink Keepers, or OpenZeppelin Defender AutoTasks.
Drippie operates in a flexible and trust-minimized manner: it never trusts the correctness of data provided by this or that on- or off-chain data provider.
Drippie has multiple use-cases: for instance, Balance Maintenance Drip mechanism can fill the balance of an account when it drops below a certain level.
Also, specific ‘drip’ can streamline and make more resource-optimized the process of interaction between Ethereum’s L1 and L2 platforms.
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Optimism (OP) shared nodes - just like their dedicated analogues - can be accessed via WebSockets and JSON-RPC methods.
Optimism (OP) nodes are available in free and paid tariffs for GetBlock clients. Release of Drippie unlocks novel opportunities for all enthusiasts of Optimism (OP) and Ethereum (ETH).