Why Star Atlas will make you a MILLIONAIRE by 2025


Star Atlas
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Star Atlas ushers in the future of video games with an immersive metaverse in which players are rewarded for spending time exploring the furthest reaches of space.

The world is a small place and people want to go the distance and explore until the ends of the earth to discover new things that may tingle their minds. But with the current state of our technology, we are limited to what we can do.

That is why people turn to games for their world exploration so that they can still have the fun of discovering new things despite it being in the game. Some developers are thinking outside the box and not limiting themselves to the world, but a vast universe ahead of them. Is there such a game?

Enter Atlas which, from the name itself, makes you immediately think of exploring the world and what goes beyond it.

Hello, friends Welcome to another post of “The Proficiency Post” where we bring you the latest news in the world of crypto. Star Atlas has gained much attention for the past few months because of how ambitious it has become.

Apart from being a Triple-A game, Start Atlas also aims to reinvent the metaverse as it allows players to not only explore one world but different worlds and universes as a part of the blockchain. What makes it different from other games is Star Atlas makes you forget that you are playing a blockchain game and immerses you into a universe of unique worlds waiting to be explored by you.

The team behind Star Atlas is the current CEO Michael Wagner, COO Pablo Quiroga, and head of operations Deb Lucas. Each of them has a colorful history before going on to work on the game. Wagner previously worked at a VC fund and Multichian Ventures, Pablo Quiroga founded a supplement startup and was working in the field of biotechnology before working on Atlas, and Deb Lucas held a finance-based background in his previous work.

These three men worked on the game and in September 2021 they released ATLAS which is the native token of the game which we will discuss more later. Now, the game is being worked on by a group of Engineers and Artists that are working on improving the game.

The official website of the game also linked the social media of the developers to promote transparency of the people working on the game. So, with a little background and history out of the way, what is Star Atlas?


What is Star Atlas?

If you follow closely in news about the blockchain, more specifically blockchain-based games, you will know that there is a race of some sorts to release the first fully functioning Triple-A game in the market. And although Star Atlas has released its native token, the game is far from finished, and are looking to release it sometime soon.

But if they do beat competitors, Star Atlas is said to be the first Triple-A game that integrates the blockchain by selling and exchanging NFTs and other digital ownership in the game’s market.

So basically, Star Atlas is a “futuristic multiplayer blockchain game that is set in 2620” and allows users to explore the world and what goes beyond it. Unlike Decentraland and Sandbox, Star Atlas literally takes you out of this world by letting you explore worlds filled with aliens and other creatures.

It is built on Unreal Engine 5. The main gameplay also involves space exploration and space ship simulation. Now with the spaceship simulation gameplay, you are tasked to operate the universe by building and stabilizing galactic civilizations that you bought.

You, as the player, can build micro-economies, construct cities, and form decentralized autonomous organizations or DAO in order to rule and watch over all your assets. However, it is not as easy as it seems because there are other territories that are hard to conquer and there are other players trying to beat you to it.

However, beating other players is not as hard as it seems as there are factions to choose from, each of them representing a different ideology in geopolitics. The factions you can choose from are the:

Surprise Facts about Human Brain | How does your Memory works?


Human Brain


Our brain is the central processing unit of the body. It is an amazing organ weighing around 3 pounds that controls and manages nearly all functions of the body. It keeps simmering with activities and the billions of neurons form a network that processes the input signals to generate the required output. The brain is organized into three basic units: forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain.

The brain is the seat of creative intelligence. Different parts of the brain perform different functions. Creativity needs strong memory storage through which a feedback loop could be established to generate new results with less error by multiple iterations.

This memory is what defines us. We know who we are by our history, our relationship with our surroundings, and the information gathered throughout our life. The brain is also the seat of memory.


How does the Brain Store Memory

How does the brain make and store these memories? Before understanding memory generation, let us first briefly understand the structure of the brain. Our brain is bicameral, which means it is divided into 2 hemispheres- left and right.


Brain Hemispheres


The right hemisphere is generally responsible for higher thinking, intuition, and creativity. The left side concerns itself with analytical and methodological thinking.

Psychologically speaking, it is the right side that comes up with new thoughts, and the left side provides the analytical capacity to perform the process generated by that thought.

We receive signals from five senses and the brain assembles these input signals in a meaningful way so that we can have a perception of the outer world. This output data also gets stored in the memory drive of the brain.


Central Nervous system (CNS)

The brain combined with the spinal cord serves as the Central Nervous system (CNS). From the spinal cord, several spinal nerves branch out and spread throughout the body. This is called the Peripheral nervous system.

This is how our brain controls the motion, speech, and functioning of the whole body. The brain is made up of:

  • The Cerebrum is responsible for touch, vision, hearing, speech, emotions, and learning.
  • The Cerebellum, which coordinates muscle movements, maintains posture and balance.

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