Another project joins the Chainlink ecosystem with Digible announcing the integration of Chainlink’s Verifiable Random Function (VRF) for its DigiWax™ protocol.
Through the VRF integration, Digible ensures a fair NFT distribution on Polygon network where the developers or any malicious users can’t alter.
Related: Find out how VRF works.
The first drop is going to be 1,000 rare curated Pokémon cards, physical collectibles, and traditional NFTs.
Digible is described as a collector’s metaverse with its marketplace where users can find rare sport and Pokemon cards. Notably, the first drop will consist of 100 rare Pokemon physical cards, including a Steve Aoki autographed card and a graded Charizard.
Every NFT is stored in a secured and insured “DigiSafe” that allows collectors to redeem and burn the NFT.
“Using Chainlink VRF enables fair and transparent distribution similar to traditional trading card games. Having verifiably random distribution is very important for a hobby that is built around reputation and trust.”Steve Aoki of Digible.io.
In 2022, Digible aims to release gaming features that will also use Chainlink’s VRF technology. In addition, users will be able to host their own tournaments, events and contests, all using Chainlink’s VRF technology.
Chainlink is the industry standard for building, accessing, and selling oracle services needed to power hybrid smart contracts on any blockchain. Chainlink oracle networks provide smart contracts with a way to reliably connect to any external API and leverage secure off-chain computations for enabling feature-rich applications. Chainlink currently secures tens of billions of dollars across DeFi, insurance, gaming, and other major industries, and offers global enterprises and leading data providers a universal gateway to all blockchains.
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