Binance Launched a New Project – Alien Worlds (TLM)

 Binance started the 19th project – Alien Worlds (TLM) on Binance Launchpool recently. Alien Worlds is a simulated economy where participants compete with NFTs. Users have been able to farm TLM tokens by staking their BUSD and BNB into separate pools over the last month.

The ICO for Alien Worlds (TLM) started today, and it will end in six days, on April 13, 2021. The maximum token supply is 10,000,000,000 TLM, but only 150,000,000 TLM are available during the initial coin offering. The price is $1.67 per token.

Alien Worlds is a decentralized metaverse running on the Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, and WAX blockchains. Trilium (token symbol TLM) is the metaversal currency. It incentivizes explorers to play games. Users must stake TLM to participate in governance.

Planets within the metaverse are also decentralized autonomous organizations. They receive daily Trilium from the smart contracts. Users engage through mining, as well as acquiring and renting land. They can vote for Planetary governance to impact Trilium and NFT payouts and other strategic actions that will likely increase over time, with Planets offering their own games and NFTs.

Furthermore, explorers gather and use rare, unique NFTs in their quest to earn more of Trilium – the native token of the game and grow their influence.

Over time, more Planets can be created, but that will happen without penalizing existing Planets. Blockchain communities may enter Alien Worlds by using Planets. After that, they can get their own token and DAO, offer various games and services into the ecosystem, and even trade NFTs.

How can investors use Trilium (TLM)?

The native utility token of the Alien Worlds metaverse – Trilium (TLM), has several use cases. For instance, the explorer can use it for Planet governance. Token holders may stake TLM to participate in the governance of planets, as well as other potential rewards. Players could also stake TLM on a selected planet to take part in TLM and NFT mining.

Besides, Trilium tokens are the main currency in Alien Worlds. Players require TLM if they want to purchase and upgrade items, participate in battles and quests, and other in-game-related activities.

Active users may earn Trilium as participation rewards to develop the in-game activity and ecosystem. They can also purchase in-game items, which are minted as NFTs, to mine Trilium, complete in-game quests, and engage in battles.

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