Chainlink Partners With War Riders To Create A Hybrid Solution For Human Readable Ethereum Names
Chainlink Partners With War Riders To Create A Hybrid Solution For Human Readable Ethereum Names
August 6, 2020
Chainlink Partners With War Riders To Create A Hybrid Solution For Human Readable Ethereum Names
Chainlink Partners With War Riders To Create A Hybrid Solution For Human Readable Ethereum Names
August 6, 2020

Chainlink (LINK) has partnered with a video game called War Riders to create a hybrid solution for human readable Ethereum names that removes friction for blockchain gamers. These names will use a different approach than the Ethereum Name Service (ENS).

It has been reported that War Riders employ blockchain elements like non-fungible tokens which represent in-game items.

However, it also has its own native cryptocurrency (BZN) that the gamers mine while playing. As with all such games, there is a certain amount of friction that gamers must overcome. For example, Ethereum wallets have long alpha-numeric addresses and hashes instead of simple names. This may present an unfriendly challenge to non-crypto native gamers.

Having the ability to use human readable names instead is handy and makes entry barriers less daunting.

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Unlike ENS, which is fully decentralized and involves registration and upkeep costs, this newly proposed hybrid solution would be absolutely free for gamers.

Vlad Kartashov, the CEO of War Riders, said:

“Our system is partially off-chain (the linking part) and the linked ETH address can be changed by the user at will and doesn’t cost anything. Our system retains the benefits of on-chain security while gaining off-chain scalability and lower costs when doing crypto transfers.”

It has been analyzed that it is not fully decentralized makes the proposed system a “hybrid solution”. Users must instead rely on the robustness and security of Chainlink’s oracles.

At a very basic level, the solution creates a database of linked pairs: wallet and name.

The report stated:

“So users create their own accounts and they sort of set a proxy to that username that verifies their Ethereum wallet. And any time you want to call this username, that username will be automatically resolved to their linked wallet by the Chainlink oracle.”

According to Kartashov the solution does not need to be limited to War Riders.

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Thus, he concluded:

“Everyone can use it right now and right now is just an alpha phase and we’re not very open, but it is already live on the main net.”

Source: Cointelegraph | Image: Medium


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Ishita Bora is a Senior Content Creator at Digital Notice Media Labs with an experience of 1 year. She has completed her Master's Degree in Language and Linguistics in 2019 from Gauhati University, India. Her interest lies in blockchain technology and cryptocurrency space, as she loves writing about blockchain and other blockchain-related articles. Currently, she is working on blockchain-based news, reviews, featured articles, and guides.
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