Nifty Royale has announced that they will be live on mainnet with Chainlink Keepers and Chainlink VRF to allow the creation of truly random and autonomous NFT battle royale games on the Ethereum network.
The Nifty Royale is a platform that provides a marketplace of original digital artwork as NFTs (known as “Drops”) and also allows peer-to-peer trading of these NFTs. Once NFTs are bought by collectors, they automatically enter a battle royale where individual NFTs are randomly eliminated in each round until only one is left. This battle royale winner NFT gets an upgrade with unique attributes and animations, and other stuff. The battle royale does not affect other participants’ ownership of their NFTs or cause any loss.
The first drop featuring an original portrait of Sergey Nazarov (Co-Founder of Chainlink) created by @Lushsux – a popular street artist from Australia – will be held on June 30th at 1 PM PDT. If you want to participate in this drop and the first battle royale, visit the official website of Nifty Royale.
Nifty Royale has integrated Chainlink Keepers and Chainlink VRF to ensure that the platform is highly decentralized and transparent. The former is used to automate the process of elimination in each round by starting new rounds at predetermined time intervals while the latter ensures an unbiased system of randomly selecting an NFT for elimination.
About Nifty Royale
Nifty Royale is a platform that aims to gamify NFTs and enhance their usability to benefit both creators and collectors. The platform has a marketplace for original NFTs. Collectors buy and use their NFTs in Battle Royales and get a chance to win an upgrade for their NFT.
Chainlink is a decentralized oracle network that provides real-world information to blockchains. Chainlink enables hybrid smart contracts on its network and generates billions of dollars in value by offering them to hundreds of organizations globally in De-Fi, gaming, insurance, and other industries.