What Is Alien Worlds (TLM)?

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What Is Alien Worlds (TLM)?

The Federation travelled through the wormhole, gathering a unique supply of hyper rare Trilium as it went. The Federation’s Trilium is the only supply in existence, and has a provable limited quantity. On the other side they found a new interstellar network with many inhabitable planets.

Today there are six planets within the Federation of Alien Worlds and a Metaverse is emerging where virtual and real worlds collide. To build a fair economy, everything in the Alien Worlds Metaverse was tokenised – from the Avatars explorers walk around in, to the Tools, and Weapons, explorers use in their daily adventures. Even Land, Minions and Artifacts have been tokenised and associated with an ancient Alien AI infrastructure.

Some enterprising explorers mine to earn their share of Trilium and unique items, some like to fight in the arena, while landowners rent their land to build new products and services to offer to the galaxy. The Federation also sends items to hard working explorers, to assist in their endeavours.

Alien Worlds Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameAlien Worlds
Short NameTLM
Circulating Supply914,030,370.25 TLM
Total Supply5,189,345,239
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
ExplorersClick Here To View Explorers
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WhitepaperClick Here To View
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website


Alien Worlds is a decentralised metaverse (i.e. extensible platform) running on the Ethereum, WAX and Binance Smart Chain blockchains.  The metaversal currency – Trilium (token symbol TLM) – incentivises explorers to play games and must be staked by users to participate in governance. Planets within the metaverse are decentralised autonomous organisations which receive daily Trilium from the central metaverse smart contracts.

Explorers engage through mining, acquiring and renting land, voting for Planetary governance to impact Trilium and NFT (Non-Fungible Token) payouts, and other strategic actions which are likely to proliferate over time as Planets offer their own games and NFTs. Explorers use rare and unique NFTs in their quest to earn more of the native token of the game, Trilium, and grow their influence.

More Planets can be created; this is intended to be done in a manner so as not to penalise existing Planets. Planets are the means by which blockchain communities can onboard onto Alien Worlds, get their own token and DAO, offer games and services into the ecosystem, and create and use NFTs.


Alien Worlds runs on the Ethereum, WAX and Binance Smart Chain (BSC) blockchains. Ethereum is a useful blockchain for storing and accessing Trilium, whilst WAX is a game and NFT-focused blockchain. BSC is an attractive consumer-centric chain with a growing user base and inexpensive transactions.


Planets are the main locus of activity within Alien Worlds – they are where mining and game play occurs, and where governance happens. Each Planet sets its own resource strategy and games, and players vote for their own Planetary government with the power of their staked Trilium. Users become a voting member of a Planet by staking Trilium to that Planet. Users can stake Trilium to an unlimited number of Planets.

Daily Trilium Allocation from inflation

New tokens are minted by the smart contract “alien.worlds” through an inflation mechanism as illustrated in this table; new tokens never cease to be minted as the inflation mechanism declines as a percent of supply over time. All the new tokens minted from inflation become the Daily Alien Worlds Allocation. The intention of the Daily Trilium Allocation is to disseminate Trilium to users continuously, rewarding activity that grows the metaverse.

Daily Trilium Allocation to Landowners (DTAL)

Four times a month (roughly every week) all Landowners of opened packs will receive a payment from the Daily Alien Worlds Allocation to Landowners (DTAL). The NFTs on BSC are built on the BEP 721 standard. The NFTs on BSC exist as data in the state trie of BSC and their associated data is in a JSON file on an IPFS server. In future, Landowners will pay Trilium for upgrade items that modify various parameters of the Land. One of the parameters it is possible to upgrade is the Land Rating. A higher Land Rating yields more payout from the Daily Trilium Allocation to Landowners (DTAinL).