TokenSpace is a Mannheim community-developed decentralized multi-chain wallet that supports cross-chain transactions and NFTs. It is super simple to use, can be accessed on mobile, PC, and via VR headset, and connects seamlessly with Valery World. TokenSpace is an important tool for artists and other users to create, auction, store, and trade digital assets.
The world’s first marketplace for gaming NFTs. Peculiar is a one-stop shop for all metaverse and Web 3.0 NFT items and characters. Digital assets purchased on Peculiar can be used virtually anywhere online.
A completely open digital world where anyone can freely play, create, explore and make friends. Based on Mannheim, wealth and digital items created by users in Valery World will belong to the individuals themselves.
Heimscan is a reliable blockchain explorer that provides comprehensive on-chain data for queries, network statistics, non-fungible assets, and contract lists on Mannheim.
SpaceX is the name of the Mannheim GitHub code base, which supports the decentralized storage protocol for applications in the Mannheim ecosystem. The documentation provides fully-featured high-performance nodes, a compiler for Go smart contracts, and an SDK for app integration.
Decentralized applications built on the Mannheim blockchain.
Mannheim allows cross-chain interoperability and the leveraging of a deep cross-chain liquidity pool. Users can stake, lend, borrow, or trade $HEIM tokens within the Mannheim ecosystem to access digital assets on other public blockchains.
A Firefox and Google Chrome browser extension wallet that connects to the Mannheim ecosystem. Metalink is primarily used for ID verification and signing transactions.
$HEIM is the native digital currency of the Mannheim ecosystem. $HEIM is used to reward node operators for processing transactions on the network and as the primary financial asset used in Valery World.
If you can imagine it, you can build it with a rich host of NFT development tools and worlds to explore.
The Mannheim Virtual Machine (HVM) is a lightweight, Turing-complete virtual machine developed for the Mannheim ecosystem. The HVM is highly efficient, easy-to-use, stable, secure, and scalable. It is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), meaning developers can compile and deploy smart contracts in a Remix environment using Solidity and other programming languages.
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