New Partnership: Lossless meets Street Runner, an NFT Racing Game
Our team is proud to announce that our presence in the GameFi section is expanding. As this part of gaming is experiencing rocket-speed growth, it also presents challenges that need to be solved both for the project and its users, the core challenge being the security of funds.
We are happy to share that more and more projects think about fund protection ahead and one of them is our newest partner. Our security ecosystem has a new project onboard — welcome, Street Runner!
Street Runner is an NFT racing game. There’s a sustainable earnings system based on a distribution of rewards provided by the game. They do not use the resources of new players entering the game to feed the game’s liquidity, as may be the case in other P2E games that do need to have a large amount of liquidity to support the provision of rewards to other players through staking, farming or pools.
Street Runner used our Token Minter to mint their new tokens with LSS Protocol automatically implemented and received an audit by Hacken.
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About Street Runner
Street Runner is an NFT racing game. There’s a sustainable earnings system based on a distribution of rewards provided by the game. We use a liquidity and distribution system separate from the main game network by separating it into smaller, individual networks that are automatically created in multiples of four players.
Lossless is the world’s first DeFi hack mitigation tool for token creators. Apart from our known cyber security solutions and renowned professionals, the community also plays a role. With a tangible reward system, community members are also encouraged to explore new ways to detect hacks and fraudulent transactions.
Our protocol halts counterfeit transactions through various methods of fraud identification and automatically reverses any stolen tokens back to the original owner. Our solutions to the impending problems of cyber theft within the blockchain space are thorough and applicable within many protocols.