Second F1 Delta Time NFT auction is now live

Jordan Heal
After the success of its first non-fungible token (NFT) auction, popular blockchain game F1 Delta Time has now announced its second auction, this time for the 'Monaco Edition 2019' NFT. The news was shared with Coin Rivet in a press release. F1 Delta Time recently held an auction for a unique racing car NFT called '1-1-1', which sold for a "record-setting" 415.9 Ether (worth more than $100,000 at the time of sale). Following the successful auction of '1-1-1', F1 Delta Time has announced the start of its next auction for the new digital collectible known as 'Monaco Edition 2019'. Monaco Edition 2019 is a unique and high-powered virtual race car heavily inspired by the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix -The post Second F1 Delta Time NFT auction is now live appeared first on Coin Rivet.

After the success of its first non-fungible token (NFT) auction, popular blockchain game F1 Delta Time has now announced its second auction, this time for the ‘Monaco Edition 2019’ NFT.

The news was shared with Coin Rivet in a press release. F1 Delta Time recently held an auction for a unique racing car NFT called ‘1-1-1‘, which sold for a “record-setting” 415.9 Ether (worth more than $100,000 at the time of sale).

Following the successful auction of ‘1-1-1’, F1 Delta Time has announced the start of its next auction for the new digital collectible known as ‘Monaco Edition 2019’.

Monaco Edition 2019 is a unique and high-powered virtual race car heavily inspired by the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix – one of the most demanding race circuits in the sport. Its livery is inspired by the red and white colours of the Monaco flag and its ruling family the House of Grimaldi.

The performance indices of the Monaco Edition 2019 car have also been revealed, which offer a glimpse into the history of Formula 1 in Monaco:

  • Top speed: 977 (2019 marked the 77th Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco)
  • Acceleration: 929 (the first Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco was held in 1929)
  • Grip: 978 (the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix has 78 laps)
  • Luck: 33 (the Circuit de Monaco is 3.337km long)

 

The lucky player who gets their hands on the Monaco Edition 2019 car and races it at the Circuit de Monaco will benefit from a hometown advantage, receiving a boost to all performance indices of the NFT.

The car is a one-of-a-kind digital asset, making it highly unique and desirable both as an in-game item and a digital collectible.

The auction began on June 19 2019 at 2am GMT and will run for 72 hours. Participation requires a web browser that supports Ethereum wallets and an Ethereum wallet address. Bids will be made in Ether.

Missed the first F1 Delta Time auction? Discover more about how the first NFT to be held at auction sold for a remarkable 415.9 Ether.

 

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