Drip Teddy Club Integrates Chainlink VRF to Help Power Fair NFT Mint

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The Drip Teddy Club announced that it is adding Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF) to its project and the Polygon mainnet and Drip Teddy Club (DTC). The NFT project chose Chainlink because its oracle network is the best in its field.

Chainlink VRF gives DTC access to a source of unalterable randomness. This will help randomize NFT traits for minting. Now, users are sure that every mint is fair and easily monitored on the chain.

Drip Teddy Club

Victor Eghose, a 21-year-old artist from Benin, Nigeria, started Drip Teddy Club. The project is unique because Victor first thought of it on a broken Android phone when he was trying to think of ways to help his family get through hard times by making money from his love of art and drawing.

Hackers broke into Victor’s social media accounts to steal his art, which was terrifying. Fashun Rivers and Waka Flocka took over the project, and decided to take it to the next level.

“Drip Teddy Club needs the best infrastructure in the NFT space to be innovative. Chainlink VRF is now an important part of our technology stack. It helps make our NFT mint more fair and open.” Fashun Rivers explains

Drip Teddy Club needed help figuring out NFT traits in a way that they can monitor and are sure of safety. After looking at many options, they chose Chainlink VRF because its oracle network have stood the test of time and its academic research is at the cutting edge. As they completed th integration, The Drip Teddy Club smart contract will only accept the random number if it has valid cryptographic proof.

“This gives our users automated and verifiable assurances directly on-chain that the NFT trait selection process is fair and was not tampered with by the oracle, external entities, or the Drip Teddy Club team.”

The Drip-Teddies City

Alien Apes destroyed Drip Teddies City, where the Drip Teddies used to live. Out of the destroyed 10,000 Drip Teddies, only the last child of the Drip Teddies King made it out alive. After 5,000 years of lonliness, he finally gets back to his city, to meet it destroyed. Now, he wants to take over the city, and to do that, he needs 10,000 Drip Teddies.

Chainlink VRF

Chainlink VRF is a safe and fair source of randomness on-chain for all blockchain-based apps, NFTs, and games. RNG stands for “Random Number Generation,” which is a means for unpredictability.

RNG protects the outcome from being figured out in advance. But miners can attack it, and if you want to use it off-chain, you have to trust the data provider completely.

Chainlink VRF was made to meet the needs of smart contracts. It gives them an open-source, easy-to-integrate RNG solution that any user can check on-chain using cryptographic proofs. Even the oracle provider or the creators of the project can’t change the outcome with this technology.

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