Alien Worlds is an idle click type of game on WAX Blockchain, Binance Smart Chain and Ethereum network where you can earn their native token TLM and NFT's of various rarity, if the game is successful in the future it might actually pay off a bit.
I was stupid enough to fall for a fake WAX giveaway DM. Normally I wouldn't fall for that, but I was having dinner and got a ping, thinking it was their official discord and not even seeing that it was a DM I clicked and signed the transaction losing all my available WAX, TLM and NFTS. Luckily everything that was staked wasn't comprimised. Great people from the discord helped me check whether my account was still safe, instructed me to change my password and add 2FA. Hopefully never falling for that one.
Bought TLM from the game Alien Worlds when I first found out about the CryptomonKeys NFTs I could get for having a large stake if TLM. I spent about $550 to buy 40,000 units and be one of the top 19 stakes for rare NFT rewards. 2 weeks later Binance announced a partnership with Alien Worlds and listed the TLM token. My $500 was worth $50,000 over night! I soled and made long term moves into ETH DeFi projects and used like 20k of the money to play in the NFT market. Most of that value is gone but I own a massive NFT collection and it was super fun to support all the artists and projects out there.
It's just a click every 20 mins whilst working from home not exactly a draw on time. Plus you can flip the TLM and nfts into more crypto if you have good tools like I do (mined in the early days of AW). Anyway I've read about crypto for 5 years now and continue to do so, you can have it all my friend!
Yah man i also lost a ton of money getting liquidated in leverage trading .... Overall my wallet is a sht show" I bought gala at .068 thinking it was a retracement from 0.84 and i was going to cashout at 1.50/2$ big fcking mistake TLM at 0.38 basically near the top. Now im Rekt
I've been playing Alien Worlds since November 2020 and accumulated nearly 10000 TLM which is the ingame currency which is worth around $0.14c today, I just make a few clicks on my phone or laptop and earn fractions at a time and also you can lock up your TLM (Trillium) on missions for very nice returns plus NFTs to be used in future iterations. They have just announced a bridge between Alien Worlds and Minecraft giving the in game currency and NFTs exposure to 170 million players that can learn about DAOs and PTE 😉
Crypto banter is the worst , they got caught telling you to BUY #TLM , and literally and I mean this, literally SOLD 0.43 btc worth of #TLM during the stream. That my friends is called a pump and dump. They pump there bags by telling you to buy into it, they dump on you while it's pumping. We need a Crypto banter sub to discuss ans investigate. New here , so I don't know what or how to do it. Someone smarter than me ,please start a sub on these guys. Also check our Crypto exposed on YouTube for more insight
Enj and TLM (high inflation) are the only gaming tokens I would be interested in if I was investing + a bit of Gala. I honestly don't know about ENJ but all the other big names have high inflation which doesn't make them a good hold
I've been lucky to stumble upon this game a couple of months before the Binance listing. Back then one could mine 1+ TLM per click with crap tools. When it went live on Binance I sold my entirebag at that time for a hefty 800 USD - not bad for two months of occasional clicking. The rates went down super hard after that, but it's picking up in the last few months.
I've been "playing" for a year. Your mining times depend on your tools and the land you mine on. You can either go long mining times (can go over 20 hours) or super short (clicking every few minutes). This game is the definition of "running in the background", after you learn the basics and how things work, it's just claiming your mine. My current setup takes around 50 minutes in between mines and nets me anywhere from 0,1 to 0,9 TLM every time. My tools are not basic, but I haven't spent a dollar on the game yet. It's also a multiverse game, and there are events running all the time for other NFTs (for instance CryptoMonkeys (Banano), and others). I don't partake in those anymore, just mindless mining during my job.
The only NFT "game" I've been playing is Alien Worlds (TLM). It's no actual gameplay, just pressing mine button once in a while and getting rewarded with TLM every time and sending your crews on exploration missions. You increase your yield by mining or buying higher grade NFT tools. Beer money? Yeah, I guess so, I've been getting around 100 TLM a month, which translates to around 15$ at the current market.
amazed Crazy Defense Heroes isnt mentioned in here. Tower defense game for the mobile or emulator on PC. Tower has way more potential than most crypto games. right now its not very difficult to pull about 900-1000 tokens per month. currently Tower is 3c but its woefully low and the game CDH, while not a blockchain game, still offers tokens as rewards for playing it. * animoca game so you know it isnt a scam * nft sale in 3 days * airdrop about to land tomorrow * blockchain portion of game not even released yet * comparing marketcap to animocas weakest game REVV, puts TOWER at a 5x * Comparing it to similar max supply game Alien Worlds (TLM) marketcap, puts it about 50c (16x) i probably sound like a shill but CDH is actually a really fun tower defense game, because it wasnt designed as some blockchain earning faucet passing itself off as a 'game'. its just a really well made TD game that earns you tokens wihtout any need to invest a cent into it.
When you sober up, take a look at TLM. It's the coin used for the 'game' alien worlds. You basically have to click and wait, that's the entire game. Click the mining button, wait and pray for a nft to show up. Of course you can buy their nft's to have more success at 'mining'. It's so bad you can't actually call it a game. It baffles me that the coin still has some value. Back in December it even pumped and doubled in price. This market is insane at times.
>To whom? People buying on exchange >will buy them? Other players that want them? How sustainable is that? Other player Buy these currencies because it has use in game .. so every game varies for examples on AXie $AXS and $SLP is important to breed your pets without them you cant do alot (of course it has more use case but this is an example) and every game currencies use case varies ... >Will it be Play to Earn for a bunch and Pay to Win for a few that put the actual money? That doesn’t sound fun Pay to win in crypto is different than actually pay to win videogames like it doesnt affect at all player in matchmaking but its more like a tool to earn more for example lets suppose TLM you have mining drills more powerfull mining drills you own more you mine so if you if you buy expensive mining drills other Players wont lose anything at all you Just get rewarded with more TLM
I try a lot of passive income outlets i can probably offer some that havent already been mentioned here a million times before * Earning Apps: Presearch works as a decent alternative to Google, and it pays you in PRE tokens which have been skyrocketing for the last few months. While its not exactly perfect it doesnt really get in the way either, because if the search comes back a dud just click the google logo on the side. Cointiply offer the best rewards for your services, surveys are boring as hell but you do get paid bit by bit, and you can cash it out in BTC, LTC, Doge or Dash. not really a 'passive income' unless you stake your cointiply credits, but free money is free money there are others like Cointiply but none work as well, Yamgo for example is nice for Hbar holders but really only for the daily boost rewards if you already have a nice stack of hbar. Swagbucks is good more for phone users. when i was putting in the effort i could clear about $30 US in a little over a week. id recommend checking out the Beer Money sub for other sites like these * Staking: i dont have much insight to offer here other than i like Apeswap, they seem to offer farming/pooling in coins you dont see everywhere. Alcor as well if you are already holding some WAX or TLM * Check in every day to earn i have a routine when i wake up to login to Coinmarketcap for the diamonds, Coingecko for the Candies, Yamgo for the boost reward, xwggame for the daily reward, Crazy defense heroes for the star chest and Crypto.com for the diamonds. only takes a couple minutes (except CDH that takes a few minutes) but there are probably a few more around like that * Play 2 Earn games Crazy Defense Heroes is excellent, with regular play you will be rewarded 1000 TOWER tokens per month, per account that you can be bothered to play. if you are lazy like me you can get autobots in the game and just autoplay raids without much input. at the moment TOWER is in a dip but the blockchain game they are building hasnt even released yet, nor has there been a Binance listing so its still early days. Would recommend to anyone keen to try it out, its a decent tower defense game. Dogemon Go is alright, still in its infancy but i like the idea of a pokemon go game that pays you. Android emulator where you change your geographic location goes well with this one. Crypto royale is good, everyone knows about that Wall Street Games looks alright, you can earn keys from playing the game (only 1 game so far) and cash those in for WSG. still not sure about this one yet though Alien Worlds is probably the best game on the Wax network, but its near impossible to find an NFT while playing these days. ship kind of sailed on this one but its still quite possible to buy a couple decent NFT tools to mine with and jump in. just a few to check out anyway if you havent already.
Over all the years of investing and doing deep dives on community and fundamentals the fucking game token for alien worlds of all thing was my biggest win Fucking TLM of all the real shit I invested in it was TLM I found out about these NFTs called the CryptomonKeys and after doing some research on how I could get rare ones, I found this blockchain game called Alien Worlds. The “game” was that you would chosen a land and dig for TLM currency as well as possible NFT drops. (Basically a token Fossett game) I found that if I would “dig” on specific lands, I would be in the running for rare CryptomonKey drops! So i made a wallet on WAX and started playing with just free NFTs. I got a few common monkeys dropped and was excited but I wanted rare monkeys lol I found that there was a mechanic to the game where a player could “stake” the TLM coins they were mining to whatever planet they wanted to in the game. If a player staked to the top 20 positions on planet Nire, they were guaranteed to get rare CryptomonKeys once a month or so. I did some research on the tokenomics of TLM and concluded that it was sound enough to expect to be able to recover some of the money if I buy a $500 bag. My plan was to buy some TLM and then stake for a while to then sell the TLM at a wash and keep some rare CryptomonKeys NFT. I bought 40,000 TLM for about $500 and was a top 10 staker on planet Nire! 2 weeks later a Binance partnership was announced and my TLM was suddenly worth $35,000!! Fucking TLM from chasing free CryptomonKeys NFTs. After years of actual investing in the space, it was a BS side thing I was messing with that blew up for my biggest single token gain ever.
Hell yea I got super lucky with a legendary Mike Trout on WAX and cashed him out so I could get into all the blockchain games and alien worlds is supported by WAX ! I generate TLM thru alien worlds I actually used my trout investment to buy land
There is no doubt that P2E and crypto gaming would be massive in the coming year, AXS had a good year, other gaming tokens like TLM, MANA, SAND also did very well. For 2022, I'm betting on RIDE to be one of the best performing ones.
People who fall for that are going to get fucked by someone somewhere eventually. Nothing is guaranteed. I occasionally watch crypto banter just to hear new names of things to look into. I bought into one thing they recommended TLM before trying it. Tried it and realized it was the biggest piece of shit in crypto gaming. Got out with half of what I put in which was a responsible investment for the source but still a reminder that if you don't look at what your buying there is no one to blame but yourself. I don't dabble in the most of the shit that they peddle but I'd bet if you DCA's their recommendations you'd do all right.
I mentioned earlier that I have never actually paid fiat for any nfts, they all came from drops, giveaways or mining TLM on the Wax network. My faves are the Iron Maiden funkopop nfts I got for my partner (huge Maiden fan but impossible to buy gifts for as he already has everything he wants), followed by my cryptomonkeys. I don't much care whether they end up going the way of pogs though, I enjoy having them :-) My big regret was not making the effort to get into Gods Unchained back when it first released. Oh well, no the first or last crypto opportunity I miss.
tldr; Today, top metaverse cryptocurrencies Decentraland (CRYPTO: MANA), Alien Worlds (CRYPTO: TLM), and The Sandbox (CRYPTO: SAND) each appear to have regained lost momentum. As of 2:15 p.m. ET, Decentraland, Alien Worlds, and The Sandbox appreciated 8.7%, 3.1%, and 3.8%, respectively, over the past 24 hours. The metaverse is a generic term to describe virtual worlds. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Yeah, definitely not on that you want to buy into now. I got in pretty late too, but just in time to still find 2 shovels and a drill in the wild from mining before the NFTs dried up. That said, I've still made about 40 tlm over the last couple months, for all the work of clicking here and there when doing other things. I'm just banking on seeing over $1/TLM someday again and filling my bag until then
Alien Worlds made me a couple thousand in about 8 months. But I played regularly and made it a point to buy/sell/profit and upgrade tools. It was fun while it lasted, but I pulled out. I only ever spent an initial $40 to buy into WAX. I also leveraged NFT staking in R-Planet and converted their currency to WAX or TLM.
Basically you start off with a pick and use it to mine TLM every 10 minutes on a planet of your choice, each planet has different payouts and buying tools with WAXP increases your earnings, you literally click mine once every 10 minutes and it gives you a random amount of TLM. After you hit a certain amount you head to Alcor exchange and connect Wax wallet, convert TLM to WAX and then send that to an exchange and convert to fiat or other coins, that’s basically everything you need to know before you play. Plus every so often you get a free NFT although I’ve only ever got about 5 but one was worth £1000, obviously I sold it but some things are selling for £1000s on their marketplace.
First newish coin I could think of was KDA. Scrolled back on the chart to it's first day of trading and exactly the same thing. Low liquidity first day order book. Don't buy new listings on the pump they almost always come down in minutes or days or if enough people buy the low liquidity pump weeks. Go look at TLM or Lina on Binance.
I'd stick to HODL on the coins I like (SAND, RNDR, BLOK, DERC, TLM, CHZ, ATLAS, RACA)...must admit that it is very hard to pick future winners. You can always check stats like holders dynamics, news/social coverage, number of wathlists, etc. but these are still not good predicitve tools. With games (and metaverse infrastructure) you probably need to be in the know to guess the winners. But one trend has been apparent to me since FB changed its name in October - a lot more interest towards all things meta and solid outperformance of the above coins vs. the monster duo and other altcoins, probably a lot of it FOMO driven but why miss on the opportunities?
You basically mine TLM in a single click every 10 minutes at alienworlds.io, if you invest you buy better tools with the money, leading to bigger gains every 10 minutes, they have NFTs on there and some sell for 1000s, I started mining everyday back in may when the price was about 8 pence a coin it’s now 30, safe to say I made a very nice amount from it and still lots to be made. It’s free crypto basically you just gotta click every 10 minutes, that shit really adds up.
i think with the beginner shovel you can get 1-2 TLM a day. on discord, you can find landowners advertising promotions and contests also, you can join a discord group for a landowner(recommended) for more free shovels, and wax/TLM giveaways once you get 20 TLM, you can stake it on Binance missions for a week lockup and you get TLM dividends and NFTs. continue mining and missions till you get 100/200/500/1000 TLM and you can stake in better missions, better NFTs. some planets have better chances to mine NFTs too
Get a wax wallet and mine on alien worlds. Exchange TLM on alcor for wax and get involved in other projects. The ROI on play to earn games on wax is surprisingly solid and there’s room for growth on the chain once people catch up with it.
One influencer I follow on Telegram has repeatedly emphasized metaverse coins would explode in Q4 Nov / Dec. I don't join his VIP group but he mentioned several coins on his public group so after DYOR, I grabbed small bags of Gala, Sand, YGG, Alice & TLM in September & October. Now I wish I grabbed larger bags but happy with the profit so far :).
Any thoughts on TLM? It’s a metaverse coin so I’m hearing talks that it’ll follow what mana did over the last several days. Much lower marketcap. I’m curious what ppl think of it before I buy though. Working game already in use. Seems good on my end but not sure if I’m missing anything. Thoughts?