Today, bountyblok, a Web3 and NFT marketing tool for games, artists, and brands, announced their integration of Chainlink’s Price Feeds. The integration will enable end users to access high-quality price feeds on Polygon mainnet.
This comes on the heels of bountyblok’s recent integration of Chainlink’s Verifiable Random Function (VRF) in late August. VRF is the standard random number generator in the blockchain space, and was integrated into bountyblok’s giveaway and distribution tools on Polygon to replace their previously centralized randomizer service.
Chainlink VRF is used by blockchain gaming projects for in-game randomization, and by many NFT projects including CyberKongz and BAYC for randomized NFT distribution.
The bountyblok team stated that the integration of multiple Chainlink services has allowed them to “decouple and offload” portions of their core codebase to Chainlink’s trust-minimized services. Doing so follows bountyblok’s vision for enhanced security as a Web3 platform.
bountyblok’s services allow clients to distribute thousands of NFTs to followers in just a few clicks, simplifying NFT-based engagement. NFTs can be used to reward users that completed a typeform, engage with a tweet, or hold certain NFTs.
Furthermore, bountyblok’s contest giveaway tool allows projects to create giveaways that incentivize participants to perform certain social tasks along with blockchain tasks.
For example, you might be asked to follow an account in exchange for 1 giveaway entry, hold 3 NFTs from a creator’s collection for 5 entries, or finish in-game missions for 20 entries. These tools are enhanced and made more secure through bountyblok’s Chainlink integrations.
“Chainlink trust-minimized services add a lot of value to our products because we offload crucial responsibilities to the Chainlink Network and its decentralized networks of node operators,” said Dimitri Nikolaros, Co-founder of bountyblok. “Chainlink has proven time and time again that it is the most reliable oracle network in the industry.”
bountyblok looks to potentially integrate Chainlink’s Keepers services in the future for enhanced smart contract automation.