Frequently Asked Questions

Random Number Generation or RNG is the generation of a sequence of numbers or symbols that cannot be reasonably predicted better than by random chance.

GINAR is a random number generator based on Blockchain.

Using the acronym letters from Random Number Generator (RNG) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), a randomizer produced the word G.I.N.A.R.

GINAR’s vision is to provide a truly secure, verifiable, and unpredictable number for multiple applications ranging from security, IOT to gaming and gambling as well as all industries looking for a best-in-class dRNG service.

GINAR provides the advantages that Blockchain offers, but with faster computation, ease of use, and offer higher value at a lower price entry than other similar services.

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Business applications exist for companies where the trust of a random number generated needs to be secure at the highest level. The most common examples include Gaming and Gambling, IOT, Banking, Government, and the Security sector.

GINAR will provide services via its application programming interface (API). The first innovative creation of GINAR uses a high-speed pseudo Random Number Generator that is indistinguishable from random and immutable by using Blockchain based ledger. They will provide a zero-house edge decentralized solution for real world applications in B2B premises that is set to kick start the service with a trustless crowd sale. This will be the breakthrough in the future of gambling, banking and other markets.

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We have successfully conducted statistical tests using the NIST SP 800-22 , DIEHARD & DIEHARDER test suite to examine the distribution of generated numbers to tell how "random" they are. These test suites are acknowledged as a highest level of cryptographic randomness check.

We strive to successfully pass every major set of industry tests such as NIST SP 800-90A and reach to the most demanding standards for the gambling industry from GamingLabs and iTech Labs .

Unpredictability, Verifiability, Tamper Resistance, Open participation, High Performance, Security, and must be Cost effective.