Alien Worlds’ decentralized gaming app announced on Monday that it had successfully raised $ 2 million by selling its Trilium utility token (TLM) to select private investors.
Alien Worlds is currently the number two gaming DApp user by number of users DappRadar. Investors in the recent sale of tokens Animoca brands included, developer of Sandbox and F1 DeltaTime; Longling Capital, which created the Chinese application Meitu; 3Commas; and a group of digital assets.
Alien Worlds is a decentralized financial metaverse in which the planets operate as decentralized autonomous organizations. The trilium has been used as a control token across these six DAOs, and players have been using it in the game since December 2020.
Tokens can be used to attempt to take over the treasures of other planets enemy, along with increasing the yield of in-game mining and other non-functional tokens. Co-founder Saro McKenna commented on the game’s growing user base:
“We welcome thousands of unique new players a week from around the world who like to compete with each other to choose the best NFT mining equipment, watch their Trilium stock grow and take over richer planets.”
Chairman of Animoca Brands Yat Siu | He said Alien Worlds shared the company’s vision for NFT and game content tokenization, saying he was looking forward to “exploring the possibilities of using some of the exciting IPs and brands we work with.”
In December 2020, Alien Worlds was sold out $ 250,000 NFT card decks in just two days.