Top 3 Metaverse Coins Gaining The Most Price Today

As the meme coin hype is starting to slow down, Metaverse and Web3 coins are taking over crypto with incredible price gains and bullish trends. While there are a lot of underrated metaverse coins out there, in this article, we take a look at the top 3 performers today, ordered by percent gained in the last 24-hours.

Alien Worlds (TLM) – $0.42 (+12.45%)

Alien Worlds is one of the most popular blockchain-based NFT games on the market. In late September 2021, Alien Worlds reached over 200,000 users, making it the world’s most popular game as of November 2021.

Alien Worlds allows players to compete against each other in their virtual Metaverse. It features seven planets, each running its own Decentralized Autonomous Organization. Players can visit the different planets and mine Trillium, which has real-world value.

Players can find NFTs that they can use to connect and play with other players, along with leasing Spacecrafts on missions across the Metaverse.

At the time of writing, TLM is trading at $0.42, up over 12% in the past 24 hours. Alien Worlds has a market cap of $391.9 million, with a 24-hour trading volume of $446 million.

One reason for today’s price hike might be because Alien Worlds is the second most active dApp by users right now. According to data from DappRadar, Alien Worlds had over 1.6 million users visit its platform in the past 30 days!

As the second most popular dApp on the market, a valuation of $391 million seems relatively low for the number of users TLM has. Moreover, with a 24-hour trading volume exceeding Alien World’s market cap, the market has enough momentum to continue its bullish run.

Most of the trading volume is coming from Binance, followed by KuCoin. If you’re in the US, the best place to purchase TLM would be on KuCoin.

Adshares (ADS) – $4.39 (+21.48%)

Adshares is the second-highest gainer today for Metaverse coins, rising over 21% in price. Adshares is a Web3 protocol for Metaverse space monetization. Think of it like Adsense but for the Metaverse.

Launched in 2017, Adshares has an Adserver platform that allows users to rent space inside Metaverse, blockchain-games, NFT exhibitions, and more.

According to their official website:

“Adshares is an umbrella project, maintaining a decentralized network. The idea behind the ADS protocol is to give the network to the community with DAO-style governance.”

Web3 and Metaverse projects are high in demand right now, and it’s not surprising to see Adshares seeing bullish momentum for the past two months.

In recent news, the ADS team attended DCentralCon in Miami and gave a presentation about their project. We can only assume the presentation went well since ADS’ price increased over 20% shortly after.

With a market cap of only $92 million, Adshares has a high potential to double or triple in price by the end of the year. The future looks bright for ADS, especially with the demand for Metaverse and Web3 projects on the rise.

Adshares is currently trading at $4.39, up over 20% in the past 24 hours. Its market cap is $92 million, with a 24-hour trading volume of $3.9 million. Most of the trading volume is coming from PancakeSwap and Uniswap.

MOBOX (MBOX) – $12.88 (+72.20%)

MOBOX is a community-driven GameFi platform featuring the MOMOverse, which contains a wide variety of blockchain-based games. MOBOX utilizes DeFi and NFT tech to offer a free-to-play, play-to-earn ecosystem, rewarding users for participating in the community.

MOMOverse offers a variety of features. It includes an NFT Marketplace, a game called Block Brawler, a system to stake MBOX and farm NFTs, and a Moversity.

Some upcoming features for the MOMOverse include a DAO / governance system, a game called ChainZArena that’s the first-ever cross-platform idle RPG game, and MOland, an evergreen land awaiting to be discovered.

According to DappRadar, MOBOX is the 7th most popular gaming dApp on the market, with over 26.7k users in the past 24 hours alone. The recent price hike of over 70% is justified as both Metaverse, and GameFi projects are currently trending.

At the time of writing, MOBOX is trading at $13.33, up over 70% in the past 24 hours. Its market cap just passed $1 billion, with a 24-hour trading volume of $2.3 billion.

With the recent price hike, MOBOX also set a new all-time high of $13.03. MOBOX’s previous all-time high was set back in August when MOBOX reached $10.69.

While the recent price hike is quite dramatic, the MOBOX price may rebound in the short term. As crypto becomes more mainstream and the overall userbase continues to grow, the top dApps on the market will continue to see incredible growth, making MOBOX an excellent pick for 2022.

Disclosure: This is not trading or investment advice. Always do your research before buying any cryptocurrency.

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Watch at this Zoom link, from 11 am Pacific to noon. You can also watch the previous conversations in the same symposium:

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