Gala Games is excited to announce that it has integrated Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF) on the Ethereum Mainnet to verify randomness in the upcoming NFT Drops.
As Gala Games integrate Chainlink VRF into its ecosystem, a verifiable tamper-proof random number generator which has become the industry standard. The users will now have access to an RNG (random number generator) that they can verify for its randomness.
Related: Learn about the VRF Technology.
In Gala Games, there is occasionally a random distribution of digital assets such as VOX drops and Snoop Stash Boxes. Integrating Chainlink VRF will make sure that the distribution is completely random and anyone can verify if the drop is tamper-proof.
Gala Games reviewed a lot of other options and finally, they went with the one having the highest industry standard and cutting-edge academic research.
Gala Games – The Philosophy of Having Fun
At Gala Games, the core philosophy is to build a AAA ecosystem where everyone can have fun. There are three essential elements that Gala Games makes sure the ecosystem has:
- Fun First
- Player Owned
- Community Rules
Gala Games have been in the forefront of blockchain gaming with hit titles such as Town Star and the recently released Spider Tanks. There are many ecosystem games under-development, some from popular IPs and well known developers.
How does Chainlink VRF works?
There’s a little bit of cryptographic magic that goes on behind the scenes. For those of you who are interested, you can go and check out the paper.
It’s based on Goldberg’s verifiable random function. What it does is you send a seed along with your request for a random number, and each Chainlink node has a key hash, both a public and a private key.
That public key is used in conjunction with that seed phrase to return a provably random value. When the Chainlink node(s) returns the random number onchain, you can verify right away whether or not it’s provably truly random based on those nodes specific keys.
So this is powerful. And the worst thing that a node can do is just not respond. And that that’s easily solved by having a decentralized network of nodes.