ChainCade announced integration with Chainlink

ChainCade announced last Monday, December 6, through its Twitter account, its integration with Chainlink VRF, which, according to the company, allows generating random loot boxes for prize boxes, randomized mint NFTs and quite select raffle winners.

Image on Chainlink’s Twitter post

“We are excited to announce that ChainCade – a project bringing DeFi to gaming and the ‘Retroverse’ to the world – has integrated Random Verifiable Wire Function (VRF) into Binance Smart MainNet chain. Chainlink VRF gives us access to an auditable and tamper-proof source of randomness needed to distribute reward NFTs, host fair competitions, and much more. This creates a more exciting, transparent and fraud-proof user experience, as users can compete against others, enter raffles, and even enjoy ChainCade Arcade games on their own, with high guarantees that random rewards generated by through Chainlink VRF are demonstrably fair and has not been tampered with”, he said through an article published on the Medium platform.

According to the company, ChainCade puts a spin on retro arcade-style games through a unique combination of tokens, NFT, and backend functions that allow players to play and win prizes. The “Play to Win” ecosystem currently under development by ChainCade provides a solid platform for gamers and creators alike. Players can win exclusive collections of NFTs, tokens, digital gift cards, and more through randomized reward boxes, in which users open boxes to win a wide range of prizes. The upcoming “Retroverse” will tie together various aspects of the project to create a nostalgia-driven metaverse experience, allowing players to customize and play in a virtual world.

The company explained that to ensure the arcade experience is fair, transparent and tamper-proof, we needed access to a secure Random Number Generator (RNG) that any user could independently audit to create fairly random NFTs for collections, determine prizes in Prize Boxes, select raffle winners, and more. After reviewing various solutions, we selected Chainlink VRF because it is based on state-of-the-art academic research, backed by a time-tested Oracle infrastructure and secured by generating and on-chain verification of cryptographic tests that test the integrity of every supplied random number. to smart contracts.

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In his view, Chainlink VRF works by combining block data that is still unknown when the request is made with the Oracle nodes previously compromised private key to generate both a random number and a cryptographic proof. The ChainCade smart contract will only accept random number input if it has valid cryptographic proof. Cryptographic proof can only be generated if the VRF process is tamper-proof. This process helps provide our users with automated and verifiable assurances directly in the chain that ChainCade is provably fair and cannot be altered by the oracle, outside entities, or the ChainCade team.

“Chainlink was our quintessential Oracle solution due to its strong focus on network security and historically reliable performance. By integrating Chainlink VRF, we gained access to critical infrastructure that unlocks fair and transparent gameplay elements across our ecosystem, ultimately helping us build a truly exciting metaverse experience for our players”, stated the ChainCade team.

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