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Polkadot’s Unique Parachain Breaks Speed Record in NFT Minting for Forever Has Fallen Drop

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Polkadot's Unique Parachain Breaks Speed Record in NFT Minting for Forever Has Fallen Drop

The Polkadot blockchain has surpassed earlier records established by Solana and Polygon, setting a new record of 4930 NFTs per minute—a significant accomplishment for blockchain and Web3.

Unique Network, a Polkadot parachain that specializes in composable NFTs, minted the NFTs for the interactive Web3 game Forever Has Fallen, marking a significant advancement in the scalability and efficiency of blockchain technology. Because they allow players to enter the Hunters Lair in the game’s metaverse, the tokens, often referred to as Bounty Hunter Tickets (BHTs), are essential to the immersive experience of Forever Has Fallen.

The project’s developers tested extensively on a variety of blockchain networks, assessing important aspects including overall performance, minting speed, and gas costs. After minting three batches of 100,000 NFTs during this meticulous evaluation phase, developers came to the conclusion that Polkadot’s infrastructure was best suited for the historic mass NFT minting.

By showcasing Polkadot’s capabilities, this historic accomplishment presents the layer-0 protocol as a very appealing network for Web3 gaming companies that need to provide consumers with NFTs quickly. With the help of Polkadot SDK and Unique Network’s technology, Forever Has Fallen can transfer thousands of NFTs at previously unheard-of rates, which greatly enhances the influence of its story-driven interactive metaverse.

Kimon Lycos, Founder and CEO of Incite, the Production Studio behind Forever Has Fallen stated:

“Because our production is first and foremost about fun, we want Web3 elements to be under the hood, and to have this type of speed will enable a Web2 type experience of instant gratification.”

Alexandar Mitrovic, CEO of Unique Network added:

“Working on Polkadot offers great flexibility. We are free to optimize the code and forklessly upgrade the chain. Our core developers have been waiting for an opportunity to test a series of performance improvement ideas on a large scale. Forever Has Fallen gave them the opportunity to present a business case that talks to mass consumers.”

A revolutionary era in blockchain and NFT development is about to begin with Polkadot’s Core developers’ impending incorporation of Asynchronous Backing (AB), which is expected to substantially improve the network’s speed and efficiency.

Go to www.foreverhasfallen.com/tickets to get your hands on a piece of history.

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