MetaNodes provide computational power to keep the decentralized, peer-to-peer network up and running. The Mannheim ecosystem supports a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism which is both less costly than other consensus mechanisms and lowers the barriers to entry for participants. MetaNodes are key players in supporting Valery World governance as they are the main point of contact for all staking, voting, consensus, and governance matters.
Staking on Mannheim

Staking on the Mannheim network is when individuals lock up a certain amount of $HEIM to become a node and support Valery World. The ecosystem leverages a PoS consensus mechanism to select validation nodes, and nodes in the Mannheim network will be ranked according to the amount of $HEIM staked.

Validators on Mannheim

In order to become a validator, users must stake $HEIM. Validators are chosen at random to create blocks and are responsible for checking and confirming blocks that are not created by them. Generally, the amount of $HEIM staked is a good indicator of good validator behavior.


Any token holder can participate in the Mannheim consensus process and will be rewarded for contributing to the security and stability of the world's largest NFT ecosystem application platform.



Creating their own anonymous identity (alias), players can choose to visit various public online places, such as the town square through the portal known as the “Door of Light.” In these different worlds, players can meet new friends, participate in competitions, attend parties, and even play games.

Mannheim Labs is set to release 'Nava Land', which will provide development tools, tutorials, and documentation for open source developers from all over the world to get involved in the creation of Valery World NFT assets. These tools will enable people to create new game modes, develop cross-ecosystem integration, and broaden the economic system.