API3 QRNG is built on Airnode RRP, and as a result is provider-agnostic. See below for the providers that are currently available. Each provider has an Airnode address with an extended public key (xpub) and two endpoint IDs.
airnode: The address that belongs to the Airnode that will be called to get the QRNG data via its endpoints. This is not AirnodeRrpV0 contract address.
xpub: The extended public key of the Airnode (
endpointIdUint256: The Airnode endpoint ID that returns one random number of type
endpointIdUint256Array: The Airnode endpoint ID that returns multiple random numbers of type
uint256. Takes one parameter named
uint256(maximum value: 512).
ANU Quantum Random Numbers
Australian National University is one of the leading research universities in Australia. Visit their website at https://quantumnumbers.anu.edu.au➚.
ANU Quantum Random Numbers are only available on mainnets. For testnets use Nodary. Quintessence is available on mainnets and a few testnets.
Nodary Pseudorandom Numbers
Nodary➚ is an independent group within the API3 ecosystem that builds high-impact oracle services. Nodary emulates QRNG using pseudorandom numbers➚ on testnets.
Quintessence Quantum Random Numbers
Australian-based Quintessence Labs➚ is a global leader in quantum cybersecurity, recognized for its advanced quantum-resilient data protection capabilities. Its trademarked qStream➚ generator creates perfectly unpredictable true random numbers.