Seedify partners with Chainlink Labs to fuel the growth of GameFi and NFTs

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on Nov 3, 2022
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  • Seedify will leverage Chainlink oracle to further empower innovators and project developers.
  • Chainlink has integrated with more than 1,500 projects so far.
  • Seedify metaverse and NFT projects will be able to use Chainlink oracles.

Seedify, a blockchain gaming and metaverse incubator and launchpad, as well as an NFT launchpad, has announced a new partnership with Chainlink Labs to support its ecosystems with time-tested Chainlink oracle services and also fuel the growth of NFTs and GameFi.

Following the partnership, Chainlink and Seedify will collaborate in boosting the adoption of GameFi and NFTs while working with projects and carrying out marketing programs to promote the growth of projects and their ecosystems.

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Commenting on the partnership, Seedify said:

“We believe that Chainlink’s industry-standard oracle solutions play a vital role in the growth of the GameFi and metaverse sectors. Being able to bring real-world data and off-chain computation securely to blockchain networks unlocks even more possibilities for gaming and NFTs in the future.”

What Chainlink brings to the partnership

Chainlink Labs is the leading provider of secure and reliable open-source blockchain oracle solutions. It enhances smart contracts by connecting them to a wide range of off-chain data sources and computations such as web APIs, payment systems, IoT devices, and asset prices.

Chainlink is dedicated to the development and integration of the Chainlink oracle framework across multiple blockchains.

As a leading decentralized oracle network, Chainlink enables developers to develop feature-rich Web3 apps that provide seamless access to real-world data and off-chain computation across multiple blockchains.

Currently, the Chainlink ecosystem features more than 1,500 Web3 projects that have integrated Chainlink’s oracle framework.