Parallel Is Integrating Chainlink VRF for Fair Randomness in Distributing Pack Drops
We’re excited to announce that Parallel — a science-fiction NFT collectible card game — is integrating Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF) on Ethereum. By integrating the industry-leading decentralized oracle network, we will have access to a tamper-proof and auditable source of randomness needed to randomly select which users are allocated card packs in upcoming drops. Through Chainlink VRF, we can help ensure that all participants have an equal access to the most sought after packs that contain the rarest cards in the drop.
Parallel is a sci-fi card game involving NFTs. The Parallel game is composed of digital collectible cards that can be used to build a deck of cards and played in an online/mobile game currently in development. Players will need to collect a minimum set of cards to compose a playable deck that is associated with one of the five Parallels — Earthen, Marcolian, Augencore, Kathari, and Shroud. Players can create more than one deck of cards, and play as any of the Parallels for each match.
Our next two pack drops are scheduled for October and January, and Chainlink VRF plays a key role in establishing an allocation process that is secure and provably fair end-to-end. In order to help ensure complete fairness, we need access to a secure random number generator (RNG) that any user could independently audit.