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We are creating tools and game-based learning environments on the Cardano blockchain.​

Let's collaborate and build the education systems of the future - enabling playful education for everyone.​

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Our first project is an online multiplayer game for language learning, collaboration and sharing experiences.
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MMOs are computer games that enable hundreds of thousands of players to simultaneously play in one persistent world via the internet. Players typically interact and communicate with one another and shape the game's progression together.In our game, each language has its own world, inhabited and shaped by its community. Confirmed L1 - speakers (L1 = first language) and high-level players form a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) to democratically govern their respective worlds.

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The game is designed for active learning in a social, immersive, safe and guided 3D environment. We open up experimentation and exploration as viable paths for self-directed learning. You can explore all the elements of your environment to learn new vocabulary and discover more details. Mistakes are only seen as attempts, not failures, and offer opportunity for improvement. You can repeat all tasks as many times as you like, and take as much time as you need to master it. Your actions are supported by immediate feedback loops and assistance to best guide you on your unique path to language mastery.

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Share your individual learning experience with other people from around the world.
Make connections across social, cultural, or national boundaries.Communicate, practice, and play in a diverse and welcoming environment that grows in complexity with your experience and reputation.

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The game is 100% free and offers play-to-earn. All revenue streams of the game are exchanged for ADA (Cardano’s own token) and redistributed into a treasury that adds value to the in-game currency (our own Native Token). Meaningful contributions/participations are rewarded with tokens and special prizes/NFTs. In addition, each world’s DAO issues Verified Credentials (VCs) of users’ DIDs (Decentralized Identifiers) via Atala PRISM, which is Cardano’s SSI-solution. This allows participants to prove their progress and standing in-game and outside.

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All content and value in the game is collectively created and managed by the community. Educhainment only builds tools to create the game in a decentralized and inclusive way.

We strive to support all users as much as possible through intuitive editors and guidelines/best practices, and empower them with helpful virtual organization capabilities.

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Everyone can contribute to the game in their own way and to their own chosen extent. Do what you like best or try new things. For example, become an architect, translator, administrator, teacher or author for levels and world!



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Our goal is to allow as many people as possible to access our platform and be involved in its creation process.

That’s why we focus on the most widely spoken languages first, and then add those that we think are particularly important to the Cardano ecosystem.

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Most Spoken Languages:

Nearly half of the world's population speaks one of the official languages of the United Nations.​​

  • Standard Arabic

  • Standard Chinese

  • English

  • French

  • Russian

  • Spanish

Priority languages:

Amharic and Oromo

Ethiopia is one of Cardano’s early adopters in the education sector. More than 60% of it’s population speaks either Amharic or Oromo.


Cardano has some historical ties to Japan. With it’s vibrant ecosystem and recent listing of ADA, it provides a lot of potential for adoption in the blockchain space.


This is an important lingua franca across many african countries, providing business opportunities and an importation means of communication.

Next target languages:

Bengali, Urdu, Tamil, Hausa, Farsi, Turkish, Hebrew, Georgian, …
In the long run, we want to give every language culture the opportunity to build its own world and become one of the supported languages.

  Team >   



Nora Schumann

Formal Linguistics and

Language Concept



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