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Best Crypto Presale: RobotEra Smashes Past $150,000 Raised for New Metaverse Game – Next 20x Crypto?

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Disclaimer: The Industry Talk section features insights by crypto industry players and is not a part of the editorial content of Cryptonews.com.New presale project RobotEra has now smashed past the landmark figure of $150,000 in 10 days as investors rush to buy its native TARO token despite chaos in the wider crypto market.The project combines play-to-earn gaming, NFT ownership and metaverse world-building to allow players to generate active and passive income in various ways.TARO tokens remain in stage 1 of the presale and are currently available to buy for $0.02 each - making it a top pick for the best cryptos to buy now.Visit RobotEra Presale NowRobotEra is a new LBank Labs GameFi project that will allow players to generate rewards in a number of ways.Players are tasked with rebuilding the planet Taro, which was destroyed after a cataclysmic event - players mint Robot NFTs and buy metaverse plots of land to achieve this.RobotEra players can earn by going on quests and participating in events while owning and building upon land will grant even more avenues for rewards, making it one of the best crypto games to play.Players can develop various buildings - anything from houses with swimming pools to museums, concert venues and more - while the land will contain resources that can be mined for rewards.Buildings will be sellable assets in themselves and the metaverse plots can be monetized in a variety of ways, charging admission for tickets or selling billboard space to advertisers.The game has custom-building tools and players will need no prior coding knowledge to build in the metaverse, with players able to add dynamic 3D scenes, user interaction, physics, sound and more into the game.RobotEra's founders, who are

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