Blockchain game F1 Delta Time made $ 1.8 million in 30 minutes from start selling racing event NFTs

Blockchain game F1 Delta Time made $ 1.8 million in 30 minutes from start selling racing event NFTs
  • A non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are becoming increasingly popular, as evidenced by the recent sale of tokens for F1 Delta Time racing events.

The officially licensed Formula 1 racing game, which runs on Ethereum blockchain, reports high interest in NFTs. 

F1 Delta Time has recently launched the sale of NFTs for all racing events, which were surprisingly sold out within 30 minutes of the start of the sale.

DappRadar, which runs its own NFT Overview application, claims that F1 Delta Time earned a total of $ 1.8 million in this short time by selling all 800 NFTs.

The result of this attractive sale was also the situation when the project reached the sixth place in the table of the hottest NFT collections.

F1 Delta Time offers those who are interested two main components, one of which is the Collectibles Game and the Racing Game where in the second racing game offers the already mentioned event NFTS, providing to the owner’s a passive income from these virtual races.

On the technical side, F1 Delta Time currently runs on Ethereum and uses ERC-721 and ERC-20 standards for non-fungible and fungible tokens, but it is said that it will soon migrate to the new Polygon protocol.

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