Bullieverse, a fantasy metaverse filled with friends, games, and rewards, has integrated Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF) on Ethereum and Polygon. Bullieverse integrated Chainlink to fairly distribute Bear NFTs, its newest addition to their Citizens of Bulliever Island (COBI) NFT collection. Certain rare Bear NFTs have specific traits that offer more utility in the metaverse, and so Bullieverse integrated Chainlink as a highly secure standard for ensuring that their NFTs are distributed in a provably random way that ensures equal access.
Bullieverse is a metaverse that offers an immersive gaming experience and in-game rewards. The first location in the Bullieverse metaverse is Bullivier Island, which users can access with a Bulliverse Bull NFT. The NFT gives them a unique avatar that they can use to explore the island and play games, the first of which is “The Bear Hunt,” where the bulls can hunt the bears and win Bear NFTs. Each Bear NFTs will have different traits and rarity.
Bullieverse also said in a recent post that the project plans to evolve into a community-owned DAO in the future. The project plans to launch more NFTs and allow users to purchase land.
Chainlink VRF gave Bullieverse a fair and secure random number generator (RNG) that any user could independently audit. The project noted that they chose Chainlink due to the network’s security that would allow them to ensure system integrity.
RNG solutions based on blockchain data like block hashes can be exploited by miners or validators, while off-chain RNG solutions can be opaque and lack definitive proof.
Chainlink VRF is often used in NFT minting, randomizing in-game features, and much more. Chainlink launched VRF V2 in February 2022, in order to reduce transaction fees and empower smart contract developers. VRF has recently been integrated by major parties like Dolce & Gabbana and the NBA.