From Decentraland and Sandbox to Pikaverse is a snap!

From Decentraland and Sandbox to Pikaverse is a snap! - unnamed 49It is undeniable that many people often look at what institutional investors do before making a decision investment. This practice is not new to cryptocurrencies, as it is regularly adopted in traditional stock trading as well. 

One such investment decision is the fact that many whales and high-end investors are eyeing the newcomer, Pikamoon with its Pikaverse. So much so that we've seen people switch from established projects like Sandbox and Decentraland to a much better metaverse alternative, Pikamoon. 

Before proceeding, let's explain what Decentraland, Sandbox, and Pikamoon projects are.


Decentraland is a three-dimensional digital world based on a browser platform. Here, users purchase digital parcels of land as NFTs with MANA, the platform's cryptocurrency. Like most projects of this type, it is built on the Ethereum blockchain. 

The project is managed by the Decentraland Foundation, a non-profit foundation, and was launched in February 2020. This digital game does its best to mimic reality, but in 3D. One of its unique features is that it is user-owned, which makes it one of a kind.

However, many people have noticed problems with Decentral and one of them is Luke Winkie. In an article for PC Gamer, the famous writer described the project as "wobbly".

He further stated that the game has several bugs and "brutally long loading times". With these and other problems, it's no surprise that investors have found Pikamoon to be a better alternative.


Sandbox was founded in 2011 by Pixowl. This project is a digital world built on the blockchain that allows users to build, create and trade virtual goods as they play. Sandbox allows you to create a decentralized platform for gamers by merging the powers of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs).

According to the project's official whitepaper, their mission is to successfully introduce blockchain technology into mainstream gaming. Sandbox focuses on creating a “play-to-earn” model that allows its users to be gamers and creators simultaneously. 

The ecosystem is powered by the internal token SAND, which is used for all transactions on the platform. As promising as the project looks, it hasn't managed to take off as expected, with minor hiccups here and there. 

Pikamoon, on the other hand, has attracted all the attention of investors

From the first information about the project, it seems that some of the difficulties that have disturbed the previous projects are not present in the Pikamoon adventure. 

Pikamoon is a metaverse, a play-to-earn NFT game with one of the best storylines in the gaming industry. Here players can build their own little monsters and fight each other to become the best. 

A unique feature of Pikamoon is that the storyline of the game is surprising and captivating, so that users are addicted to playing it for hours on end. The Pikaverse, which is the game's metaverse, is divided into four - Electric, Water, Fire, and Earth - and each of them has a unique set of NFTs ranging from easy to find to ultra-rare. 

One aspect that distinguishes this project is the uniqueness of its $Pika token. It is built on both the Ethereum and MultiversX blockchains, allowing the token to enjoy the best features of both worlds. Fortunately, both blockchains are successfully integrated into the game wallet, so users can buy different things in the game market.

With Pikamoon's incredible utility and features, it's no surprise that investors are already pitching tents with this project. Without a doubt, the project will exceed initial expectations, offering investors princely returns on their initial investments.