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F1® Delta Time: the NFT crate sale begins

F1® Delta Time announced the launch of the NFT crate sale consisting of race cars, drivers, equipment and official Formula 1 gear

Sales will begin tomorrow, February 25th, 2020, and it will be possible to purchase NFT bundles that can then be used in the F1® Delta Time game

The crates are available in 4 levels, Common, Rare, Epic and Legendary and can be purchased by paying in ETH, DAI, OST, USDC, USDT and other cryptocurrencies.

Furthermore, after purchasing them, players will be able to choose whether to use the NFTs contained in the crates or to put them back on sale. 

Each of the four tiers has a limited offer: 2,500 Common, 2,000 Rare, 1,500 Epic, and only 500 Legendary. 

Each crate contains 5 NFTs, randomly chosen among racing cars, drivers, car components, driver equipment and tyres. Cars and drivers are the rarest NFTs found in the crates. 

The F1® Delta Time NFT levels are 5, Apex, Legendary, Epic, Rare and Common, with Apex being the rarest of all. In Common crates, there are 1 Rare and 4 Common NFTs. 

The Rare ones have 2 Common and 3 Rare NFTs. 

The Epic crates contain 3 Common, 1 Rare and 1 Epic NFTs. Legendary crates have 3 Common, 1 Rare and 1 Legendary NFT. 

However, some crates may randomly contain an item that is one tier higher than the package itself. 

During the first week of sale, until March 2nd, 2020, it will be possible to take advantage of an early bird discount on package purchases.

Customers will receive “Car Tickets” on each purchase: 1 for Common, 2 for Rare, 3 for Epic and 5 for Legendary. 

These tickets will allow users to win some of the rare unique Apex level cars, namely three of the cars in the “Four Guardians” collection celebrating Chinese New Year. 

The Four Guardians’ cars will be unlocked upon reaching certain crate sales levels: the first will be made available once 2,000 crates have been sold, the second car after 4,000 and the third after all 6,500 crates have been sold. 

They will be awarded by drawing lots: the more tickets owned, the greater the chance of winning one. 


Marco Cavicchioli
Marco Cavicchioli
Born in 1975, Marco has been the first to talk about Bitcoin on YouTube in Italy. He founded ilBitcoin.news and the Facebook group" Bitcoin Italia (open and without scam) ".