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Welcome to the Cryptoverse, crypto universe community

AstroMeter creates a space for data exchange and aggregation around the existing crypto community, both enthusiasts and newcomers, and including users of varying experience levels.

Based on aggregated data, ideas and experiences from the community, AM launches gamification visualizing the crypto world creating the Cryptoverse.

Cryptoverse is a space in cryptographic networks mapped onto the cosmic space. 
All references from the space are mapped out in the Cryptoverse. 
Astrometer is a space station from which cryptonauts set out into the crypto universe to discover, scan and study it (galaxies, star systems, time-space bridges, asteroids, planets, and other objects)

The AstroMeter space station is a home to many kinds of vessels: research ships (cryptonauts), agent ships and lone wolves set out (...).


"Not long ago, in a galaxy not so far, far away…."

For years Earth has seen conflicts among various vested interests – corporations, religions and clans.  But of late these have gained momentum…

Exhausted natural resources, supply chain instability, and rolling blackouts on Earth have rendered new investments in industrial capacity unprofitable. What's more, environmental pollution makes sustainability difficult.

It’s come to the point that it’s now difficult to make Earth-bound projects earn enough to stay afloat.
Until now, standard investments in precious metals extraction on the cusp of the digital age and virtual reality are naturally gaining traction in digital assets.  
One could say that the gold rush of yore has become the crypto exploration of today.

In 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto created the Bitcoin protocol, opening the gate to alternative financial systems and digital projects.  

The protocol of new, decentralized finances is independent of any government.  A group of enthusiasts gathered around the idea and began to create new crypto ecosystems. 
New blockchains, with millions of smart contracts, new Dapps, Bridges, Dex and Defi apps become virtual planetary systems that develop exponentially.
Nakamoto inspired the galactic financial portal hype. 

It allows the brave and ambitious to take advantage of new solutions and new technologies, reduce costs, optimize efficiency, increase productivity, and automate processes all while outpacing the competition.

New, extra-planetary resources and cutting-edge services solve age-old, Earth-bound problems.  Such investments have significant competitive advantage over out-of-date earnings solutions.
Crypto galaxies are composed of constellations of stars surrounding a massive white hole, 
a point of origin, the center of the blockchain from which energy and matter flow.

As its energy increases over time, a planetary system takes shape with specific projects revolving around.

Planets represent the various crypto projects e.g. (Dex, launchpads, liquidity providers, games, media, utilities and other services)

Between the galaxies there are wormholes (bridges) that enable researchers to travel to other galaxies. 
Exercise caution when traveling through wormholes!
The Astrometer mothership unites independent fellow researchers around a common, powerful platform.  
It deploys satellites, droids and scanners to explore planets and projects in real time, providing accurate and current information to help make decisions, avoid collisions, or continue secure exploration.
It’s difficult to be a lone wolf; hunting in packs brings about success for the whole group.  
The same holds true for crypto investors and researchers.  

Astrometer crew (gamefication)

A crew includes a variety of specialists who will work together on the same ship for the mission.
The Astrometer platform allows for collaboration and safety in numbers, helping our cryptonauts avoid black holes and travel through wormholes safely.

Beyond collaboration, Astrometer can also navigate on autopilot or deploy droids and probes.
A group of explorers scans and explores the galaxy, plants the first flags, and makes new maps and bases while searching a planetary system for information.
A researcher searches through a project, gains knowledge, and assembles it all in a cosmic device.
Each mission ends on an Astrometer orbiter with a report and a settling of accounts with mission team members.
Upon conclusion, members store mission data on memory crystals (data crystals), color coded according to level of difficulty and/or type of data, for later conversion to R2E coin.
2021 and 2022 saw spectacles throughout the cryptoverse.  Researchers then prepare for their next mission to discover and explore new planetary systems.
We’re ready; are YOU?
Where will you find YOUR gems in 2024 and 2025?

Data stored on cristals/R2E

Congratulations! You have just completed your mission.
Collected data crystals : 162
| Convert your data crystals to R2E |     | Prepare your ship and assign to next mission |

Cryptonauts gather information and record it on five types of crystals. The data is automatically recorded on the crystals during the research mission.

Types of crystals in relation to tasks, mission specifics and difficulties (research). 
Individual tasks, missions, and crystals are available proportionally to the researcher's level of experience.

Purple crystal - the most valuable and rarest of all, available to exceptional explorers, used for recording information in the most advanced and difficult missions.

Blue crystal - rarely encountered, for highly experienced researchers, used for recording information in complex and complicated missions.

Green crystal - used by experienced researchers, used for recording information in missions that require a wider knowledge base.

Yellow crystal - the basic data storage crystal used by explorers, used for recording information in standard missions.

Red crystal - unusual, used in exceptional circumstances.

After completing each mission, the data from the collected crystals is decoded at the AstroMeter station, converting it into information currency - R2E.

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