Top 3 Metaverse Crypto Coins with a market cap below $200 million to watch in May 2022

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For those interested in Metaverse cryptocoins, figuring out which projects are worth pursuing can be difficult. There are hundreds of Metaverse cryptocoins on the market, each offering a unique take on the virtual revolution. Today we look at our picks of the top three Metaverse cryptocoins with a market cap below $200 million to watch in May 2022, ranked by current market cap, lowest to highest.

#3 Metahero (HERO) – $152 million

Launched in July 2021, Metahero (HERO) is currently one of the most underrated Metaverse cryptocoins on the market with a relatively low market cap of $152 million. Metahero has the HERO token and its Metaverse called Everdome has the DOME token which recently raised over $9 million in pre-sale.

Metahero strives to create an ultra-realistic Metaverse that allows users to scan themselves and other objects into the digital realm, creating an immersive and immersive experience that resembles real life.

To realize its scanning vision, Metahero has teamed up with Wolf Digital World, the leader in 3D 16k scanning technology powered by top gaming studios like CD Project, creators of The Witcher series, and Cyberpunk 2077 is used.

Metahero (HERO) intends to engage the next ten million users in its virtual world and introduce them to the possibilities of the technology. The primary utility asset on the platform is HERO, which is used for NFTs, licensing, and payment for scanning services.

You can buy HERO on PancakeSwap, LATOKEN, Gate.io, OKX, Hotcoin Global, Bybit, etc.

#2 Chromia (CHR) – $191 million

Launched in May 2019, Chromia (CHR) is a next-generation relational blockchain designed for NFT and Metaverse applications. Its intuitive development design makes it much easier and faster for developers to deploy NFT and Metaverse games rather than traditional blockchain using Solidity.

Chromia for Metaverse games

Chromia is also EVM-compatible, which means that all applications developed on the platform can be ported to first-generation smart contract blockchains such as BNB and Ethereum.

Chromia offers several games being developed on its platform. Two of the most notable titles include Mines of Dalarnia and My Neighbor Alice, both surprisingly successful projects with multi-million dollar valuations.

Chromia is built on the CHR token, which powers application development, allows users to pair dApps tokens with CHR, and powers the Chromia ecosystem. CHR is an ERC-20 asset living on the Ethereum blockchain.

You can buy CHR on Poloniex, Bithumb, FTX, KuCoin, BitGlobal, PancakeSwap, etc.

#1 Vulcan Forged PYR (PYR) – $196 million

Launched in April 2021, Vulcan Forged (PYR) is a highly underrated ecosystem of dApps, Metaverse games, and more. It has a decentralized exchange and NFT marketplace at its core, enabling a robust community of investors, traders, players, and more.

Vulcan Forged Games Metaverse

The project focuses on its community and offers a one-stop ecosystem for NFT, Metaverse, and crypto enthusiasts. It has a highly active NFT marketplace that we recommend checking out.

Vulcan Forged offers multiple blockchain games at its product level including Coddle Pets, Forge Arena, Berserk, Battle V Chess and more.

His metaverse is dubbed VulcanVerse and offers players an immersive and immersive 3D experience. It will also integrate the play-to-earn model that will allow users to earn rewards from the platform.

The primary utility asset for Vulcan Forged is PYR, an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum blockchain that is also compatible with Polygon’s MATIC chain. The primary use of PYR involves buying NFTs on the market.

You can buy PYR on Gate.io, Binance, KuCoin, etc.

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


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