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Supported Ecosystems & Integrations

Acurast is built with interoperability at its core and is able to support various Web3 ecosystems and has multiple ways of being integrated within various environments such as EVM, WASM, Substrate and others.

Supported Ecosystems

Acurast supports ecosystems that have an active developer community and smart contract environments.

NetworkEnvironmentLevel 1 Integration ↗Level 2 Integration ↗
Aleph Zero Aleph ZeroIn DevelopmentWASM*
Arbitrum ArbitrumMainnet, GoerliEVM*
Astar AstarMainnet, Shibuya, zKatanaWASM, EVM, zKEVM*
Base BaseMainnet, GoerliEVM*
Binance Smart Chain Binance Smart ChainMainnet, TestnetEVM*
BoB BoBTestnetEVM*
Ethereumn EthereumMainnetEVM*
Moonbeam MoonbeamMainnet, MoonbaseEVM*
Optimism OptimismMainnet, GoerliEVM*
Pendulum PendulumTestnetEVM
Polygon PolygonMainnet, MumbaiEVM*
Peaq PeaqkrestEVM*
Tezos TezosMainnet, GhostnetTezos
aeternity æternityIn Developmentæternity*

* In Development

Support for additional ecosystems are added on a regular basis.


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Integration Levels

Level 1

With a Level 1 integration, the Acurast Protocol is capable to accept Jobs for the given destination ecosystem e.g., Ethereum smart contract. Developers are creating their Job requests through the Acurast Console directly on the Acurast Protocol, funding the rewards with Acurast Tokens. Processors are capable of interacting with the destination directly, signing transactions and injecting them.

A simplified representation of the Level 1 flow:

Level 1 FlowLevel 1 Flow

Key takeaways:

  • Processors can interact with the destination and submit their output
  • Consumers create Acurast Jobs through the Acurast Console directly on the Acurast Protocol which requires an Acurast Wallet and Acurast Tokens
  • Consumers need to fund transaction fees of the Processors with the asset of the destination ecosystem

Level 2

A Level 2 integration provides a much improved developer experience and streamlined onboarding. An Acurast Proxy contract is deployed in the destination ecosystem that establishes a bi-directional cross-chain communication channel with Acurast Hyperdrive to the Acurast Protocol. Users e.g. on Ethereum can connect with their Ethereum wallet to the Acurast Console and create a Job by interacting with the Proxy contract and rewarding Processors in the native currency. The created request is forwarded to the Acurast Protocol where that matches with eligible Processors that in turn then provide their output to the destination.

A simplified representation of the Level 2 flow:

Level 1 FlowLevel 1 Flow

Key takeaways:

  • Consumers create Acurast Jobs through the Acurast Console with a wallet from their ecosystem e.g., Metamask for Ethereum
  • Rewards and transaction fees are paid in a native asset e.g., ETH
  • Acurast Hyperdrive is used for cross-chain communication


Support for Acurast in a Web3 ecosystem can be achieved through various integration approaches:


Acurast can be used to get access to computational resources for various use cases and bring them to EVM chains.

Learn about Acurast on EVM Chains ↗


Acurast supports with its Pallet the integration on a Substrate level, enabling Substrate-based chains to receive the output from Acurast Jobs.

Learn about an integration with Substrate ↗

Substrate with WASM

Acurast supports with its integration of the Pallet the routing to WASM based environment, making the output consumable on a Substrate chain with a WASM environment.

Learn about an integration with Substrate with WASM ↗


Acurast supports Tezos smart contracts as the destination of outputs from Acurast Processors directly as the required secp256r1 is supported natively by Tezos.

Learn about Acurast on Tezos ↗

Upcoming Integrations

More details will be available soon about the upcoming integrations, these include the following ecosystems:

  • Bitcoin
  • Cosmos
  • NEAR
  • Mina
  • Additional EVM Chains