NFTs, or Non-Fungible Tokens, have been gaining popularity as a novel medium for transacting in digital works of art, collectibles, and other forms of digitally-unique property in recent years. The same can be said for Play-to-earn, which has recently gained significant media coverage. While NFTs and Play-to-earn have seen increased interest, mainstream adoption has yet to occur.

The increasing number of companies and organizations experimenting with NFTs for a variety of use cases may also contribute to the technology’s growth. For instance, NFTs are being explored by game developers as a means of establishing in-game economies and providing players with fresh options for purchasing and using virtual items. The wider acceptance of NFTs, not just in gaming, will benefit from this.

Of course, before putting your money into a project, you should investigate the venture’s viability like any other investment. Nonetheless, some NFT and Play-to-earn are worth considering for investment in 2023, given the high returns possible, mainstream acceptance, and new possibilities opened up by this new technology. Here are 4 projects to look by in 2023 according to Bitcoinist:


Cheelee, the disruptor of the Ponzi Play-to-Earn industry, has arrived with a sustainable economy and benefits for absolutely every player. Cheelee’s app stands at the frontier between entertaining GameFi products and social media.

If you aren’t giving up on discovering projects that can bring XXs to its investors, Cheelee is definitely one of those. Besides an incredible personalized recommendation system, the app grants earning opportunities to everyone watching the feed and free NFT-glasses as a gift for all new users.

It’s remarkable that in this challenging time for the crypto world, such a project has emerged that combines everything requested by numerous users of both crypto and social media: true mass adoption, a stable economy, a rewards system, and a genuinely high-quality product!

The Fabricant

The Fabricant launch Wholeland: The Ultimate Digital Fashion Experience. The OG digital fashion player is famous for its world-leading craftsmanship, gaining global prominence when The Fabricant was founded as the world’s first digital fashion house in 2018. It sold the first-ever digital garment on blockchain for 54 ETH in 2019.

Wholeland is described as a digital fashion story and a visually rich journey of self-discovery that unfolds across 7 chapters. Each chapter includes digital couture, AR wearables, co-creation, fashion shows, metaverse meet-ups, and airdrops.

Access to Wholeland can only be gained through minting one of The Fabricant’s AR facewear, XXories. It’s a 7-piece collection of bold digital facewear that acts as a key to the wider experience.

N3twork Studios / Legendary Heroes Unchained

Legendary Heroes Unchained is a hero collector RPG built from the ground up for the blockchain. Based on IP from their blockbuster mobile game Legendary: Game Of Heroes (GOH), the LHU team is taking familiar heroes and gorgeous art from GOH and using it to redefine fun in the world of Web3.

Composed of a team of industry veterans, the team has raised $46m in funding to build mass-market Web3 titles.

Players in LHU will compete in PVP, PVE, and Guild vs. Guild modes, leveling up their NFT Heroes as part of a deep RPG experience. The earliest expression of LHU is in their Discord. Players can now join ahead of Early Access and Pre-Sale in Q1 2023.


EtherMail is the first Web3 email solution setting the standard for anonymous and encrypted wallet-to-wallet communication, enabling Web3 companies to send rich, relevant content directly to their current asset holders based on real-time blockchain-synced information.

Given the frequency with which holders sell their crypto and NFTs, it is increasingly difficult for projects to maintain direct contact with holders of their assets. By leveraging EtherMail, companies always have an up to date registry of their entire set of asset holders and can create customized email and automated communication streams.

EtherMail recently launched the Privacy Wall, a personalized protective layer for email users to filter spam and earn rewards for receiving inbound advertising emails. The Privacy Wall is the first iteration of EtherMail’s soon to be released Paywall solution, which will serve as a type of virtual toll configured by a Web3 user for their inbox, representing a new incentivization paradigm for emailing.

Users will have the ability to set a range of custom preferences and define what kind of content they are willing to receive in exchange for token rewards. Before EtherMail’s EMT utility token is launched, early adopters can earn rewards in EMC, providing an incentivization mechanism for affiliate members to refer new members, and for reading any type of email received.


Metaverser is a virtual shared space for socializing and gaming, accessible from any device with an internet connection. It’s the only blockchain game that doesn’t sell NFTs and only players can bring the NFTs to life by the free-to-play in order to use them for more income inside the game or sell them to other players on the marketplace. This makes Metaverser the only game that you can genuinely make money compared to other metaverses.

They also include rent-to-play concept and offers various interactive experiences like game hub, Skate park, zombies house, nature park and more. By completing challenges within these activities, users can earn in-game token “$BABA” which can be used to purchase non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in our NFT shop and sell on the marketplace with $MTVT. Metaverser users are earning between the range of $500-$1000 per month through gameplay, it also allows to swap $MTVT for USDT on exchanges like Bitmart and Pancakeswap.

It’s also the first metaverse to integrate Binance Pay into the platform, ensuring fast and cost-effective transactions.


The potential for substantial returns is a major attraction to NFT and play-to-earn projects. As a result of this meteoric rise, the value of certain cryptocurrencies has skyrocketed in recent months.

One of the most expensive digital works ever sold was an NFT piece by artist Beeple, which brought in $69 million. While it’s impossible to know in advance which specific Play-to-earn, as well as NFTs that will see such astronomical returns, the projects mentioned above have a proven track record of high profitability.

Finally, because they are based on the blockchain, NFTs and play-to-earn are safe, transparent, and tamper-proof investment options.