Explained: What is TLM token for Alien Worlds?

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Robert Hoogendoorn

Learn more info about Trilium on WAX, ETH, and BSC

Alien Worlds is a strategy exploration game that combines elements from DeFi with NFTs and gaming. This gaming universe is all about competition for resources, as players also need to work together to optimize their yield. Players are competing for Trilium (TLM), a token required to stake and gain control in planetary governance and to gain access to additional gameplay features. 

Players can find different planets inside Alien Worlds, and these planets are split up in different lands. These lands can be owned either by other players or by the planetary government. Either the government or the landowner can set a fee for mining on their land. 

Every player needs to mine. They need to select a location and up to three tools. These tools, each of them an NFT, are available in a wide variety of rarities with different stats. Most important are luck and mining power, which will determine how much rewards a player gets from their mining activities. Players always find some TLM tokens, and they have a chance of finding an NFT. 

TLM is a cryptocurrency with a limited supply of 10 billion tokens. The token started on the Wax blockchain, but can now also be bridged to both the Ethereum blockchain and Binance Smart Chain. This adds more liquidity to the game’s economy, which already is thriving thanks to 23,000 active game accounts per day. 

Activities using TLM

  • Mining – Select your NFTs to mine TLM on a certain planet
  • Staking – Stake your TLM to a planet to earn rewards and increase the planet’s reward pool
  • Planet governance – Use your TLM to vote in weekly DAO elections
  • Teleport – TLM owners can bridge their tokens between BSC, WAX and Ethereum 
  • Trading – on Alcor Exchange (WAX) and Binance (BSC).

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