Polyient Games Founder's Keys (PGFKs) are NFTs, meaning that each PGFK is fully unique as a result of how it is used. Through the combination of unique metadata and transaction history occurring over their individual lifespans, no two PGFKs will ultimately be the same.
How PGFKs are used is user-driven, as each individual holder might want to leverage the NFTs for different outcomes. For instance, some users might want to insert their PGFKs within PGE games that support PGFKs as in-game items while others might be more inclined to use PGFKs in NFT-specific DeFi applications.
No matter the use history, all of this information is recorded on the network and the rich metadata associated with NFTs allows for a robust method of identification for the individual assets.
From a technical perspective, PGFKs follow the ERC-721 token standard with the ERC-2309 extension pioneered by Polyient portfolio company Cargo. The 2309 extension enables the concept of consecutive transfer that allows for the batch minting and transfer of ERC-721 NFTs.
This enables multiple NFTs to be transferred in a single Ethereum transaction, saving users on gas fees and unlocking an entirely new realm of use cases for the NFT asset class.