NFT with StratisUnity3dSDK

In this tutorial we will explain how to start using NFTs with the Stratis Unity SDK.

The employment of Blockchain technology within the gaming industry has become more ever more apparent with the launch of several popular play-to-earn models. The Stratis Unity Gaming SDK enables gaming developers to design, build and deploy games using existing programming languages within a familiar environment.

Non-Fungible Tokens are an area of particular interest for those developing games with in-game valuables. By introducing an NFT, the player can genuinely own in-game items, removing the risk of losing earned items through forgotten login details and account deactivations. This brings the birth of a radical change in gaming marketplaces, with decentralized platforms offering the exchange of in-game items without the need for a trusted intermediary.

What is required to work with Stratis Smart Contracts and NFTs?

The Stratis Unity Integration guide can be followed to setup your local environment for development.

Deploying a new NFT

Firstly, we must generate a new address and fund it. You will need tokens in order to deploy and interact with an NFT.

Unity3dClient Client = new Unity3dClient("http://localhost:44336/");

Mnemonic mnemonic = new Mnemonic("legal door leopard fire attract stove similar response photo prize seminar frown", Wordlist.English);

StratisUnityManager stratisUnityManager = new StratisUnityManager(client, network, mnemonic);

Debug.Log("Your address: " + stratisUnityManager.GetAddress());

Choose a name and symbol for your NFT and call NFTWrapper.DeployNFTContractAsync, the return value is a transaction id. Once the transaction is mined it’s executed and your contract is deployed. After that you can use transaction id to get a receipt which will contain new contract’s address. For example:

string nftName = "gameSword";
string nftSymbol = "GS";

string txId = await NFTWrapper.DeployNFTContractAsync(this.stratisUnityManager, nftName, nftSymbol, nftName + "_{0}", false);

ReceiptResponse res = await this.stratisUnityManager.WaitTillReceiptAvailable(txId).ConfigureAwait(false);

Debug.Log("NFT deployed, it's address: " + res.NewContractAddress);

Minting NFT

Calling MintAsync with specified target owner address will result in minting a new NFT that will belong to that address. For example:

NFTWrapper nft = new NFTWrapper(stratisUnityManager, "t8snCz4kQgovGTAGReAryt863NwEYqjJqy");

await nft.MintAsync(firstAddress).ConfigureAwait(false);

Getting NFT balance

NFT balance of address is the amount of NFTs that this address controls. You can get it like this:

NFTWrapper nft = new NFTWrapper(stratisUnityManager, "t8snCz4kQgovGTAGReAryt863NwEYqjJqy");

ulong balance = await nft.BalanceOfAsync(this.firstAddress).ConfigureAwait(false);
Debug.Log("NFT balance: " + balance);

Transferring NFT to another address

To transfer an NFT you need to use TransferFromAsync and specify address from which transfer should occur, receiver address and id of a token you want to transfer.

ulong tokenId = 12345;
        string txId = await nft.TransferFromAsync("tD5aDZSu4Go4A23R7VsjuJTL51YMyeoLyS", "tP2r8anKBWczcBR89yv7rQ1rsSZA2BANhd", tokenId);


You can find full listings for NFT examples in the AssetsCodeExamplesNFTExample.cs file.