Binemon is excited to announce its play-to-earn game has integrated Chainlink VRF into its ecosystem. Chainlink VRF will provide verifiable randomness in their raffles and other future events. According to Binemon, Chainlink VRF will help make the distribution of rewards more random and transparent.
Binemon is a pet-themed meme NFT game based on Play-to-Earn (P2E) mechanism. In the game, the players can raise and pet their characters and then train, breed, or trade them. All the characters in the game are NFTs. The players get Binemon eggs in which random rewards are found.
Binemon x Chainlink VRF
There are more and more raffles, drops, and special events taking place in the Binemon ecosystem. For that, they needed access to a Secure Number Generator (SNG) so that the community could verify the distribution was fair and transparent.
Out of all the solutions and offers they received from different companies, they selected Chainlink VRF as it’s supported by a time-tested oracle network. Also, their research is cutting-edge.
Binemon CEO on Chainlink & Binemon’s Future
Binemon says that integrating Chainlink VRF is just a start. In the future, they will integrate more Chainlink services into their ecosystem. Specifically, they’ve mentioned that they’ll integrate Chainlink Price Feeds for more accurate real-time price data and Chainlink Keepers for automating smart contracts.
Binemon CEO, Frank Desifone, says that integrating Chainlink VRF was inevitable as players demand security and transparency in the raffles they play.
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