An NFT Brand called Sneaky Vampire Syndicate has incorporated Chainlink VRF to fairly choose raffle winners.
SVS and Chainlink Partnership
On Thursday, Sneaky Vampire Syndicate, or SVS, announced their cooperation with Chainlink. SVS was thrilled to incorporate the pioneer decentralized oracle network because of its importance for a seamless and equitable raffle experience. Additionally, according to the NFT firm, it has a long-term interest in including Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF).
Chainlink was the ideal choice when it was time to create their internal marketplace contract known as “The Blood Shop.” Additionally, SVS intends to incorporate Chainlink to support future workload automation!
“We’re thrilled to use Chainlink VRF to aid with the randomization of our raffles. Chainlink makes life easier for developers so that we can concentrate on improving our products, which is what counts.” Topkek, Project Lead
What is in Store for the Community
Now that SVS can support its raffle with provable randomness, everyone in the community will have an equal chance of winning generous rewards. These significant prizes include PS5s, priceless PC components, gift cards for flights, wine refrigerators, gaming laptops, Nintendo Switches, and many others.
The Bored Ape Yacht Club-designed artist Migwashere is one of many outstanding artists who support the NFT brand SVS.
Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF)
For all types of blockchain-based apps, NFTs, and games, VRF provides a highly safe and provably fair source of on-chain randomness.
Random number generation (RNG) is called a method for unpredictability. RNG protects the result from reverse engineering. When it comes to off-chain deployment, it is susceptible to miner assaults and necessitates entire faith in the data provider.
Chainlink VRF supports the needs of smart contracts. And this offers them an open-source and simple-to-integrate RNG solution that is immediately auditable on-chain by any user via cryptographic proofs.
Even the oracle supplier or project developers are unable to tamper with the results using this method. Additionally, several games and dapps, including Wasder, Dreams Quest, Axie Infinity, My Defi Pet, The Six Dragons, Polyient Games, IGG, and many others, have adopted Chainlink’s VRF technology.