Blockchain-Based Gaming Dapps Leading the Charge 

With technology companies increasingly targeting the metaverse, experts like Activate CEO Michael Wolf expect the gaming industry will play a key role in that transformation.

One white-hot segment in the gaming industry is blockchain-based games, with traditional companies like Zynga jumping into the fray alongside blockchain-native startups. 

Below is a list of some of the hottest blockchain-based gaming decentralized apps (Dapps) based on the number of users in the last 24-hour period, according to DappRadar.

Upland is a Monopoly-inspired EOS-based blockchain game that the Upland team describes as a “property trading metaverse.” It lets users buy, sell or trade virtual properties that are mapped to real-world addresses.


The players are farmers, while tools like an axe, fishing rod, and stone axe can be purchased or created. Farmer's World has more than 63,000 users in the last 24 hours.

Farmer's World

The Axie (AXS) coin has soared from under $1 in early 2021 to over $100 at its peak, though it has since pulled back somewhat from that level. Axie Infinity has close to 100,000 users in the last 24 hours.

Axie Infinity

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