Join the Spring Chainlink 2021 Hackathon
This March, you have the chance to help build the next generation of smart contracts.
The Chainlink Spring Hackathon has a prize pot of over $80k+ and is sponsored by some of the most prominent crypto projects.
March 15th - April 11th
Available now on mainnet
If you're interested in early access to Chainlink VRF on mainnet, please email [email protected].
Chainlink VRF (Verifiable Random Function) is a provably-fair and verifiable source of randomness designed for smart contracts. Smart contract developers can use Chainlink VRF as a tamper-proof RNG to build reliable smart contracts for any applications which rely on unpredictable outcomes:
- Blockchain games and NFTs
- Random assignment of duties and resources (e.g. randomly assigning judges to cases)
- Choosing a representative sample for consensus mechanisms
Learn how to write smart contracts that consume random numbers: Get a Random Number.
Chainlink VRF enables smart contracts to access randomness without compromising on security or usability. With every new request for randomness, Chainlink VRF generates a random number and cryptographic proof of how that number was determined. The proof is published and verified on-chain before it can be used by any consuming applications. This process ensures that the results cannot be tampered with nor manipulated by anyone, including oracle operators, miners, users and even smart contract developers.
Read more about Chainlink VRF in our announcement post.
Updated 6 days ago