Memoverse is a WEB 3.0 game of human memory, creating an ecosystem of decentralized virtual memory palaces that enable people to remember anything, starting with seed phrases to their crypto wallets. It's a metaverse project with arguably the most significant real-world use case in NFT gaming up to date.
It’s a joyful and addicting play-to-earn open world game with city builder & puzzle mechanics, virtual environments of which have a real-world value (since they can also be used as a structured mind storage space that will help people remember most important information).
Memoverse has got over 20 rockstar-level solidity & AAA game developers with other prolific creators working on it. The team includes Nick Mudge, an author of EIP-2535 Diamonds and EIP-998 Composable NFT standards & co-creator of Aavegotchi & QuickSwap.
Memoverse core contributors origin from memoryOS. memoryOS is a fast-growing edtech startup co-founded by the 2X World Memory Champion that teaches memorization skills (i.e. mnemonic techniques) with the help of gamified e-learning and virtual Memory Palaces in a form of a 3D game. They have recently obtained the title of the Most Funded App in the history of Kickstarter, have 40,000+ people in their community, got featured by TechCrunch and are supported by The Stephen Hawking Foundation. Charles Hoskinson (co-creator of Ethereum and founder of Cardano) is also an early user of memoryOS.