Minecraft players can now earn Trilium, the native currency of Alien Worlds, and NFTs for completing quests.
A Leap Into Web3 Games
Alien Worlds allow players to compete for Trilium (TLM), the currency used in PlanetDAOs to enhance their power. Furthermore, players can utilize Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) to travel to other planets to complete Alien Worlds Missions and run for positions in the planetary council. Through this collaboration, Minecraft players can now earn Trilium, the native currency of Alien Worlds. Further, Minecraft players will be able to earn assets and NFTs for completing quests if they stake their earned TLM.
“This bridge is significant in that we are linking one of the world’s most popular decentralized games to the blockchain and opening up a world of new possibilities for Minecraft players through our social metaverse,” says Alien Worlds co-founder Saro McKenna. “We think our combination of economics, team strategy, and earning will convert Minecraft players of all ages into Web3 players.”
As a result of this collaboration, people who don’t usually play or understand blockchain games are encouraged to join Alien Worlds metaverse. Since the code is open-sourced, it can be used by other Minecraft servers to earn rewards, thus enabling other blockchain projects to tap into Minecraft’s huge user base. By using this new bridge, gamers won’t have to be familiar with cryptocurrency or tokenization to participate in the active Alien Worlds community and play the strategy game.
Considering the value and innovation in gaming, bridges between passionate gaming communities worldwide can bring the two worlds together. Those involved in the blockchain world are aware that gaming is one way to encourage mass technology adoption. Considering Play-to-Earn models like Alien Worlds are making their way into the hands of traditional gamers, it will be interesting to follow the progress and potential integration of NFT utility into traditional Web 2 games.
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 BNB 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.
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What is Minecraft:
Minecraft was first made public in May 2009, after several early private testing versions, before being fully released in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens “Jeb” Bergensten taking over development. Minecraft has since been ported to several other platforms and is the best-selling video game of all time, having sold over 238 million copies and having nearly 140 million monthly active users as of 2021. Players in Minecraft explore a blocky, procedurally generated 3D world with virtually infinite terrain, discovering and extracting raw materials, crafting tools and items, and building structures, earthworks, and simple machines.
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