Dolce & Gabbana and Polygon-based Metaverse fashion company UNXD are teaming up with Chainlink
Dolce & Gabbana and Polygon-based Metaverse fashion company UNXD are teaming up with Chainlink for the upcoming DGFamily Glass Box reveal. To ensure that the procedure is demonstrably fair, the reveal leverages verifiable randomness from Chainlink VRF.
🎲 The reveal uses verifiable randomness from #Chainlink VRF to help ensure that the process is provably fair.https://t.co/ibbmYkNwbJ
— Dolce & Gabbana (@dolcegabbana) May 18, 2022
The Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF) will be used by UNXD to power the DGFamily Glass Box Reveal, which determines if a collector possesses a Black, Gold or Platinum Box.
The Chainlink VRF generates both a random number and a cryptographic proof off-chain and then delivers both on-chain, with the cryptographic proof being checked on-chain prior to the consuming application accepting the random number. It thus provides on-chain randomness through this mechanism.
The use of the Chainlink VRF will assist users in obtaining automated and publicly verifiable proof that the random reveal of DGFamily Glass Boxes is demonstrably fair and cannot be tampered with or predicted by the oracle, outside entities or the UNXD and Dolce & Gabbana teams directly on-chain.
UNXD says it will cover the LINK tokens needed to operate this reveal for each DGFamily Box as part of its ambition to stay on-chain and be as Web3 native as possible.
The Collezione Genesi, Dolce & Gabbana’s first non-fungible token (NFT) collection, debuted in September 2021. UNXD, a luxury marketplace established on the Polygon network, showcased the fashion designers’ collections.
In January, Italian luxury fashion house Prada and sportswear giant Adidas announced their first collaborative NFT project on the Polygon blockchain. Adidas stated that it had teamed up with Prada to launch a user-generated NFT art project, dubbed Adidas for Prada Re-Source.