F1® Delta Time has announced the third auction of its NFTs dedicated to Formula 1: this time it will be the turn of “France Edition 2019”.
The auction will begin on July 11th, 2019 at 2:00 UTC, and will last 72 hours.
The first F1® Delta Time NFT, 1-1-1, was sold for a record 415.9 ETH, one of the highest amounts ever paid for an NFT in a virtual game, while the second, Monaco Edition 2019, was sold for 108 ETH.
France Edition 2019 is a token for a unique, elegant and colourful racing car, representative of France, and the token celebrates the French Grand Prix. The car is defined as “distinctive, vigorous, unique”.
In fact, like all other NFTs, it is the only one of its kind in the world, and there will never be such an NFT created again.
As for the game performances, France Edition 2019 has 988 (out of 1,000) top speed, to celebrate the 88th Grand Prix of France, 906 acceleration, to celebrate the first Grand Prix of France in 1906, 953 grip, as the laps of the Grand Prix of France are 53, and 58 luck, because the length of the circuit is about 5.8 km.
The livery, on the other hand, is a tribute to the French flag’s tricolour: blue, white and red. The various design elements of the car coexist in harmony, symbolising the French motto of “Freedom, Equality, Fraternity”, and adding a pleasant aesthetic aspect. The retro-pixel design is a reminder of the history of the world’s first automobile Grand Prix, held in France back in 1906.
France Edition 2019 will obviously have a special advantage when competing on the French F1® Delta Time circuit.
However, the races have not yet begun, also because to date there are only three NFT cars.