Nowadays, as blockchain technologies are booming around us, NFT means Non-fungible token is emerging vigorously, one of those is NFT Games. The “play-to-earn” movement is a rising phenomenon in gaming, wherein players NFT games collect rewards within the game that can later be converted to real cash. For that reason, our team is craving to join and apply this new technology so Chill Market is the name we chose. Chill Market offers the solution to create an NFT exchange between collectors. Besides Chill Market, in the near future, Chillswap will be the next product that aims to be a solution for NFT gaming liquidity.
What it does
At this time with the very first beta version, users will be able to create their own NFTs and sell them to others. Additionally, in this version, our team decided to focus primarily on the UI design along with the main features of a regular NFT marketplace.
How we built it
Chillswaps is built on the following main parts:
- Blockchain: Lisk SDK
- UI: Next.js
- Storage: IPFS
Challenges we ran into
Lisk SDK is quite new to us, we are used to building Dapps mostly based on Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain but none of those with Lisk. For that reason, our team ran into some little issues at the first step with Lisk as a new technology Furthermore, we also need to build a whole Platform such as config miner, blocktime, ... that needs to invest a bunch of time into. With hope in the future, when Lisk’s mainnet is completed, hopefully Chillswap can be one of the first applications to set foot on it.
What's next for Chill Market
After completing the NFT marketplace and having the collections sold on the market, we will continue to build the next product that is NFT Dex. Our vision for NFT Dex as a place where collectors can trade and exchange their NFTs.
Anyone with an NFT will be able to create a new pool or add their NFTs to an existing pool and get token derivatives in a permission-less way, those tokens can be transferred and traded. Besides, users can also swap your NFT for another NFT of the same pool, no need to tokenize.