Cryptomeda has integrated Chinlink’s own Verifiable Random Function (VRF) on the Polygon blockchain network to generate randomized attributes. Chainlink’s oracle network is completely decentralized and one of the topmost in the industry. Hence, the assimilation will fortify the security of the source of generation of randomized attributes and make it auditable enough for equitable and verifiable distribution of the prizes. Cryptomeda hopes that this process will lead to a user-friendly, attractive, and forgery-resistant experience. The clients will be able to indulge in game-playing and wagering with utmost trust in the system.
A vast and unique fantasy-themed universe of Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Cryptomeda germinated out of the need to help crypto aficionados get the experience of interacting with NFTs. The universe comprises NFTs inspired by real-life individuals and the most popular events from crypto space. Cryptomeda’s Non-fungible tokens are all based on cross-game resources.
The ever-increasing nature of the Cryptomeda ecosystem will also prove the necessity of the NFTs, along with creating a long-lasting rapport with the customers by rewarding them. For instance, in their most prized game, Meda Wars, players can combat using NFT cards to get early access to NFT launches, rank up, and win TECH tokens. The company also allows trading of the cards in their market area.
However, it is imperative to ensure that the reward system is fair, transparent, and can be independently audited by the users, generating the need for a tamper-proof Random Number Generator like Cryptomeda. Chainlink’s VRF is ideal for such smart contracts, for it has been built only after rigorous academic research, and its oracle network has stood the test of time. Unless the data fed through Chainlink VRF is tamper-proof, the Cryptomeda smart contract won’t accept it. Hence, users can rest assured that there is no chance of a security breach of the Cryptomeda chain, even by the core team.