Alien Worlds has announced the launch of its in-game DAOs, introducing an innovative gaming experience. This is a first for the Web3 and gaming industries. These new in-game DAOs, called “Planetary Syndicates” will enable players to govern their own communities, manage their assets and more.
The Planetary Syndicates: What we know so far
Alien Worlds in-game DAOs will allow players to strategise, collaborate, and compete to earn the in-game token Trilium. Moreover, players can now govern their own communities, as well as manage and allocate digital assets within their treasuries.
The six Planetary Syndicates, or DAOs, combine entertainment and loyalty to each planet, while players compete to elevate their planet’s status. Additionally, players can pledge their support to a planet by staking Trilium within the planet. This gives them voting power in planetary elections, as well as the ability to submit proposals and suggestions. Elected custodians can vote on proposals and make decisions regarding the planet’s treasury.
Alien Worlds Co-Founder, Saro McKenna, said: “After more than two years of development and scaling, our in-game DAOs are ready to be run by players. This is not only critical to gameplay, since each planet is ultimately competing for supremacy, but it is also crucial to our mission: to transform the ways players are experiencing gaming, and ultimately giving them control of their own experience.”
“The DAO structure uniquely allows players to become co-owners of their planet and the system they are part of. The structure of our DAO ecosystem is incredibly empowering to our community and to anyone who adopts the DAO architecture.”
About Alien Worlds
Additionally, the game’s six Planetary Syndicates compete for Trilium, encouraging players to collaborate, compete and strategies. With almost 8 million all-time players and more than 700,000 monthly active users, Alien Worlds has become one of the top P2E games on DappRadar’s ranking charts.