Mines Of Dalarnia (DAR) Price Up 24% Today, Top Metaverse Coin Gainer

The price of Dalarnia mines has risen over 24% today, making Metaverse cryptocurrency the most award-winning Metaverse project on CoinMarketCap. DAR has been on a bullish trajectory all week and has risen above 47% in the last seven days. Let’s look at Mines of Dalarnia and its DAR token and see why the price is rising so much?

Dalarnie Mines (DAR) company profile.

While the official Mines of Dalarnia mainnet was due to be released on April 26, but due to numerous exploits and bots abounding, the team has decided to shut down the servers for the time being so they can bring adjustments to gaming economy and security.

The team said:

“We’ll be working hard all weekend on the improvements. I’m so sorry for the extended service outage, everyone.

According to a Medium post last week, Mines of Dalarnia explained how the team will plan a relaunch to address security issues and exploits in the game. The team will focus on leveling the playing field between cheaters / bots and honest players.

It is no surprise that a blockchain game like Mines of Dalarnia is infected with bots, for that is the unfortunate nature of cryptocurrency. The game’s anonymity and decentralized nature and its play-to-earn aspect allow exploiters and cheaters to develop bots to abuse the reward system.

However, the team is convinced that the new balancing mechanics and tweaks included in the upcoming update will contribute to a healthy and fair economy for honest players.

The good news is that the Mines of Dalarnia team will implement strategies to identify the exploiters and ban their accounts, which will cost bots thousands of equipment and rewards.

The team explained on Twitter that they decided not to exclude any players in the first week due to the possibility of false positives. But after the new update, which will give the development team better ways to identify cheaters, they will start issuing bans.

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Even with the rocky mainnet launch on April 26 and the many problems with cheaters, the price of Mines of Dalarnia is doing quite well and rose by over 40% in the last week.

Dalarnia mining chart coin market value
Source: CoinMarketCap

The bullish momentum is likely due to the team’s extensive communication and responsiveness to the community as they work to address the various issues.

There is great demand and many players who want to participate in Dalarnia Mines economy and the game has great potential.

With the current market value of $ 272 million, DAR is relatively undervalued and may show significant price growth when the mainnet relaunch takes place, making Mines of Dalarnia a must-watch in May 2022.

What is Mines of Dalarnia (DAR)?

Launched in November 2021, Mines of Dalarnia (DAR) is a 2D NFT-based blockchain game that revolves around users mining resources and using the DAR token to upgrade their characters and equipment. The game also allows users to purchase virtual real estate by purchasing expeditions.

Dalarnia miner

Users take on expeditions to mine resources, and for those who own expeditions, some of the rewards gained will be given to landowners.

Mines of Dalarnia is built on the Chromia blockchain, a relatively new relationship chain designed explicitly for next-generation NFT and Metaverse games. Mines of Dalarnia is a leading project built on Chromia and is 100% free.

Mines of Dalarnia has great design and unique mechanics, and if you have not checked it out yet, we recommend that you create an account on Chromia Vault and play the demo.

DAR is the main supply asset in Mines of Dalarnia, including ERC-20 and BEP-20 versions. DAR can be used to pay for assets in the game, buy expeditions, upgrade gear and more.

You can buy DAR on Binance, KuCoin, Gate.io, Uniswap, Binance TR, Crypto.com Exchange, PancakeSwap, MEXC, Phemex etc.

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


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