Use the payer.json and get authorized

Put funds to good use toward your Oracle!

Open the environment and get a new Oracle key

Similar to what we did in the previous step, we need to download a container to run some code for us.

As usual, be sure to enter the directory of the infra-external/scripts/install directory that you cloned locally, then run:

./50-oracle-ctr-sb.sh

After jumping in the container run the following command:

./51-oracle-prepare-request.sh

The command above should output some text similar to:

export QUEUE=FfD96yeXs4cxZshoPPSKhSPgVQxLAJUT3gefgh84m1Di
export GUARDIAN_QUEUE=71wi6H1ByDG9qnRd5Ef8PSKoKH8rJ7pve7NDvB7Y4tqi
export STATE=aaaaabbbbbbcccccdddddd...
export PID=aaaaabbbbbbcccccdddddd...
export ORACLE1=aaaaabbbbbbcccccdddddd...
export GUARDIAN_ORACLE1=aaaaabbbbbbcccccdddddd...

Be sure to copy all the output and keep it handy for the next step.

Request your keys to be authorized via our Google Form

In order to have your keys authorized, you'll have to file a request via our Google Form.

Here's the link to reach it, BE SURE TO FILL IN ALL FIELDS WITH VALID VALUES:

https://forms.gle/2xWwFQ8XPBGu9DRL6

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