F1 Delta Time’s second NFT auction closes at 108 Ether

The second F1 Delta Time auction for the 'Monaco Edition 2019' digital asset has closed, selling for around $33,000

Blockchain game F1 Delta Time held its second non-fungible token (NFT) auction for the ‘Monaco Edition 2019’ digital collectible last week, with the asset eventually selling for 108 Ether – around $33,000 at the time of sale.

This follows another highly successful auction in which the game’s first NFT, ‘1-1-1’, sold for a reported 419.5 Ether – worth roughly $100,000 at the time of sale.

The description for the NFT reads: “The Monaco Edition 2019 car is a one-of-a-kind asset, making it unique and exclusive. It is an extreme performance digital asset due to its blisteringly fast pace on the track. The car benefits from a hometown advantage – receiving a boost when racing at the Circuit de Monaco.”

The Monaco Edition 2019 NFT has unique stats that reflect the history of the Circuit de Monaco. Its top speed is 977 (out of 1,000), which is a reference to the 2019 F1 season holding the 77th Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco.

The second auction began soon after the first successful auction on June 19 and lasted for 72 hours. The winning bid was placed by ‘Steve321’ at 108 Ether, which was worth around $33,000 at the time of sale.

While the winning bid for the Monaco Edition 2019 NFT is not as high as the winning bid for the 1-1-1 NFT, it is still impressive to see NFTs selling for such high figures when the game has yet to be released.

Interested in reading more F1 Delta Time-related stories? Discover more about the winning bid for the inaugural NFT auction which sold for a remarkable 419.5 Ether.


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