BMM Testlabs revealed that Chainlink VRF received the GLI-19 compliance certification through BMM Testlabs.
BMM Testlabs, the world’s longest established and most experienced private independent gaming certification lab, announced today that Chainlink VRF, the industry-leading oracle network and blockchain standard for verifiable randomness in Web3 gaming and NFTs, has acquired the first GLI-19 compliance certification by BMM Testlabs.
By using the pioneering oracle network for iGaming applications, BMM ensures that developers can now build and practice using Chainlink VRF.
“As one of the first certifications in the blockchain industry, BMM is paving the way for companies developing blockchain-based gaming solutions to become certified in a secure and compliant way that was previously unavailable.”Maria Romero, Business Development Manager for iGaming at BMM Testlab
VRF is a highly secure and provably fair source of on-chain randomness for all kinds of blockchain-based applications, NFTs, and games.
Random Number Generation (RNG) is a mechanism for unpredictability. RNG secures the outcome against reverse engineering. However, it’s vulnerable to miner attacks, and it requires complete trust in the data provider when it comes to off-chain implementation.
Chainlink VRF is explicitly designed to support smart contracts’ needs, providing them with an open-source and easily integrated RNG solution directly auditable on-chain by any user via cryptographic proofs. With this technology, even the oracle provider or the project developers can’t tamper the outcome.
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