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Muon users can actually query prices using the explorer. To do so, click on Simple Oracle in the Apps' box.
Entering Simple Oracle's Details' Page
Now you can see the following page with two sections: the top section displays the app's details and the other section shows two fields called "ETH-Price" and "Price".
Simple Oracle's Details' Page
Click on the "Price" field to open it and then press “Set Example”. A new button appears that reads “BTC/USD Price”. Click on it, query the price and wait for a short while to see the full response.
The Full Response
You can now refresh the page and query the price of a different token by inputting its ticker in the top field (instead of btc) and follow the same procedure.
Requesting the price of BNB Token
You can also test querying ETH-Price on this page or try running tests on other deployed apps.
In addition to the simple oracle app, the TWAPER app can be used to query price. To do so, click on TWAPER in the Apps' box and you will see the following page.
Entering TWAPER's Details' Page
At the bottom, there is a field called "Price" where users can actually test the app.
Click on the "Price" field to open it and then press the “Set Example” button.
Testing the App
Another button appears that reads “INV Token Price”. Having pressed it, a hashed address appears in the field.
Setting Token Address
The “Details” button tells you which routes are used to get the price.
Click on Query and wait a few seconds for the response which will look like this.
On the same page, if you click on the “Code” button at the top, you will see the coding for the app.
The App's Code