Ether Cards is a gamifying NFT-based platform where everyone can Mint cards and host events.
Ether Cards provide a set of tools and games that anyone can implement to create NFT art and collectible cards. By integrating the Ether Cards Framework, Artists and Marketplace owners can provide rewards to their communities in a fun and engaging way with tickets, blind bags, collectible puzzles, and more.
Besides, any project can integrate Ether Cards to provide NFT access or membership cards and discount vouchers.
There is a sale going on with Membership cards on the Ether Cards website, the cheapest one will set you back 1.75 ETH, and there are 5,203 out of 9,000 available.
It’s worth mentioning that the OG membership card costs 55 ETH, and it’s sold out.
Ether Cards x Chainlink
Ether Cards integrates the Chainlink VRF to ensure fair distribution on every NFT minted on the platform.
Chainlink tapped into gaming with the VRF (Verifiable Random Function) technology back in 2020, with several games supporting it, including the triple-A title Enjin, The Six Dragons, and Axie Infinity.
VRF is a highly secure and provably fair source of on-chain randomness for all kinds of blockchain-based applications, NFTs, and games.
This article is not investment advice, and we are not affiliated in any way with Ether Cards. Make sure you do your research. We are not responsible for any kind of loss.
Find more info About Chainlink VRF at our Games From The Block Podcast.
George has a native interest in emerging technologies and he’s a strong advocate of decentralization. He is the founder and manager of egamers.io as well as an IT student.