TreasureKey, a collection of decentralized, trustless, and immutable blockchain games running directly on-chain, has announced integration with the SX Network, a blockchain that combines a smart contract platform with an on-chain community treasury and a native prediction market platform called SportX.
With the partnership, TreasureKey will build their games directly into the SportX platform, and vice versa with SportX on TreasureKey. TreasureKey will also enable betting with the SX Network’s native SX token. Any referral fees generated by this integration will be directed to the SX Community Fund.
Games on TresureKey are powered by the Chainlink VRF (Verifiable Random Function), a provably fair and verifiable source of randomness designed for smart contracts. It is also another form of tamper-proof RNG (Random Number Generator).
Further, TreasureKey’s collection of blockchain games have already made it a top gambling DApp on Binance Smart Chain and a top-five app on the Polygon Network.
The games currently on TreasureKey include:
- Coin Flip
- Barbell Roll
SportX + TreasureKey Integration
“We’re excited to be the first casino and gaming provider to launch on SX Network! Our partnership with SX Network and SportX will allow us to further grow the userbase and helps us in our mission to be the #1 World Class Decentralized Casino powered by Smart Contracts on the Blockchain.”
– Eliz Swann, Co-Founder of TreasureKey
SX Network is a stand-alone smart contract blockchain built on the Polygon SDK. It is designed from the ground up for blockchain application developers with EVM compatibility, low-cost transactions, and a PoS-based consensus model.
“TreasureKey’s launch on SX Network further establishes our ecosystem as the place to be for gambling and prediction market-related applications. We’re excited that this partnership spans across multiple dimensions, including having the SportX app integrated directly into the TreasureKey interface, and vice versa for TreasureKey on SportX!”
– Andrew Young, Co-Founder of SX Network