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Unleash your pawtential. Supercharge your career with MetaPals.

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Help Build Digital Life.
We’re on a mission to design and engineer the next generation of virtual companions.
We need pioneers that are willing to challenge themselves to construct an entirely new way of simulating digital life through loveable companions called MetaPals.

If you’re interested in creating life that has unique personalities, emotions that interrelate with moods, and highly adaptable behaviors, keep reading on.

Our Story
MetaPals was born out of a masters report on the Tamagotchi; looking into why people of all ages and genders would become emotionally attached to their pets and deeply care about its wellbeing.

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MetaPals are desktop companions that eat, sleep, and play. Through the utility of NFT’s, the developing GameFi business model, and the simplicity of a browser extension, we’re creating digital life that fosters a genuine sense of virtual companionship. All of this is packaged in a small digital pet that lives on your screen, that you will grow to love.

Metapals is much more than a browser extension. It is the first step to bringing life to the Metaverse. The Meta could easily be a very stale, boring, and dull place that is used for advertisements, work, and novel gimmicks. But it can be so much more, if we add compassion. We can't think of a better place to bring life to the meta than with mans best friend, a dog, or pet for that matter. Metapals gives a peek into how we can begin to live a life that is half reality, half in the meta. We then will slowly merge these two, to allow a truly immersive experience that makes a Metapal you're companion to the metaverse.

If our story resonates with you, join us.
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Last updated:
April 29, 2022

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