Lucky Hash allows players to guess what number or character is at specific positions in the transaction hash, such as what character or number is at the end. Because the transaction hash is generated by blockchain, the value is random and difficult to control (aside from a 51 percent attack, which is expensive).
Find the first number by going through the characters from the right in the transaction hash, as shown in the examples below:
- 0x20a39e946be37570701ec09ab9fb3b488d3c64ba4165dcc12676811499d45efb -> 5
- 0x198be7d6d186392612d535954dbd55f5e86e83cdf88638dcaca8b62e8eea580a -> 0
Find last character from the right in the transaction hash, as shown in the examples below:
- 0x20a39e946be37570701ec09ab9fb3b488d3c64ba4165dcc12676811499d45efb -> b
- 0x667de9b65d12126365680b2b0c8e382d22d5de31892b42582fa29fc589c3eb88 -> 8
When a player wins, the system deducts 3.5% of the reward as a maintenance fee.
The game's smart contract is open source on the chain and uses cryptographically secure randomness provided by Chainlink VRF on Polygon/BSC, and on Thundercore directly use the infrastructure's random function; no one can cheat on the result, and it is verifiable.