AlienWorlds Kicks off Pirates in the Metaverse NFT Treasure Hunt

Alien Worlds launches a new gaming series to keep dominating Non-fungible Token gaming on Binance Smart Chain.

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Utulu Hope
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September 11, 2021
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Pirates in the Metaverse Treasure Goes Live 

The most extensive decentralized play and earn Metaverse, Alien Worlds, is in the news. The GameFi protocol has launched a new treasure hunt series known as “Pirates in the Metaverse.”

The new game is a treasure hunt, and both top and random participants will be rewarded with Non-fungible Tokens (NFT). Alien Worlds, on 11th September, posted a call to action about the game on Twitter, alongside a short video clip. 

“Explorers, Commander Church needs your assistance! He is requesting that the brave among you help locate and retrieve stolen tools! NFTs will be rewarded  the top miners and random participants! Stay tuned for Land locations and details!” Alien Worlds posted on Twitter with a video from the Commander.

The treasure hunt will feature three land locations with hints, all of which will be posted on Twitter on Saturdays and Sundays at 00:00 UTC. Participants can use any tool to mine and retrieve stolen tools to earn NFTs. These NFTs are in the form of game cards created by the GameFi protocol. They include land on planets, tools, weapons, avatars, minions, and artifacts. 

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NFTs are received while mining for Trilium in the game. Trilium ($TLM) is the cross-chain ERC-20/BEP-20 token on the metaverse that tracks power. 

Users’ scores will be determined by multiplying their tools’ total Trilium mining power by the NFT luck of their tools. Eighty attempts can be made during the entire event, and penalties will be incured if more attempts are made. Visit Alien Worlds’ homepage to participate. 

Alien Worlds Social Games Dominate The Charts 

With over 289k daily active users and more than 3 million player accounts, AlienWorlds is the most popular blockchain game. AlienWorlds recently climbed to the number one spot on the DappRadar Game chart, exceeding other top GameFi projects like Splinterlands, MOBOX, Cryptoblades, and Upland. 

The recent update places AlienWorlds as one of the fastest-growing NFT games in the Decentralized Finance (DeFi) space. Not to mention, the protocol thanked its community in a 9th September publication on Medium for becoming the number one blockchain game. 

“With more than 3,328,707 player accounts, and more than 269,985 active daily, Alien Worlds has quickly climbed the DappRadar ranking charts. Alien Worlds has become #1 Blockchain Game. The Federation would like to thank all Explorers for making this possible,” the Medium disclosed. 
Top 5 DeFi GameFi protocols on DappRadar in the last 24hrs | Source 

Alien Worlds offers different features to keep users engaged with Twitch games, Trivia + Quizzes on Telegram, Trivia on Discord, and very interactive play-to-earn games via its straightforward User Interface (UI). Its latest game will lead to more adoption, and we can only expect that Alien Worlds will keep dominating the NFT gaming ecosystem. 

What is Alien Worlds?

Alien Worlds is an NFT-based blockchain game conceptualized around a virtual metaverse. The game is a multi-chain decentralized finance project on Ethereum, Wax, and Binance Smart Chain blockchains. Players of Alien Worlds have the opportunity to mine TLM and stand a chance to mine new NFTs, which can be interacted with through gaming.

Where to find AlienWorlds:

Website | Telegram | Twitter | Medium | Discord

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