ALT Parts (loot-style NFTs for monster assembling) support user-generated NFT operations.

ALT Parts in the ArchLoot game are generic units for monster assembling. They come in 5 types, head, torso, upper limb, lower limb, and accessory, to enable lego-like composable gameplay.

ALT Parts, by its technical nature, are loot-style NFTs that support can support user-generated NFT operations. Powered by self-developed protocols EIP-4985 and BEP-129, these NFTs align gamers' choices of creation with corresponding underlying metadata change in a trustless manner.

EIP-4985 and BEP-129 are protocols born for GameFi:

  • The technology enhances the features of Loot.

  • The technology allows the creation of any digital properties in the form of numbers, with every piece of metadata stored on the chain.

  • Compared to the text form, the form of numbers significantly lowers the barrier to cross-ecosystem collaboration. NFTs are now the magical Bifrost to various games.

  • The best part is that it supports real-time modifications with validation, allowing owners to modify the metadata of the NFT subject to certain rules.

Gamers can:

Freely assemble and recombine avatars from a directory of NFTs

Change/ upgrade/ enhance the attributes and design of NFT assets during playing

Unlock unexpected performance by recombination

Sell them on secondary marketplaces

Safe transactions and real-time metadata protection

As a highly expansive technology derived from LOOT, it also provides a wide range of possibilities for the ALT community to interact with other ecosystems.

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