My weekly update about the strategic choices I made for my two dcities
I’ve been writing about several aspects of dcity so far, but I would like to add to that a weekly update about changes that I have made. Tutorials are great for understanding a certain aspect of the game, but along side these it is great to also be able to get insights on day-to-day strategic choices from players that are a bit further ahead in the game. That is what I will try to provide you with in these weekly updates.
Currently I have two dcities. One on my main account @elbrava, which you can find here. My aim for this city is to simply grow as fast as possible and enter the top200 of dcities. This will likely require me to invest more money to make that happen.
My other dcity is for my @invest4free account, which you can find here. This second account I set up specifically to show that through being active on Hive, you can become an investor for free. You will actually be able to build an investment portfolio that will generate passive income for you through being active on hive.
This weeks developments are:
For this dcity I have decided to keep a minimum of 8000 SIM, in order that my 30-day average SIM holdings will get above 8000 SIM. As this is required to start receiving Hive rewards for this and take part in the new lobby feature of dcity, which you can find under the government tab.
I also continued to buy Research Center’s and Farm’s. Basically I buy Farms as long as they are cheaper than 1000 SIM. Research Center’s have been the backup choice and this week I was able to pick two of them up for only 415 SIM, which is rediculously cheap. The current lowest price is 588 SIM, so that is a significant difference, even though 588 SIM is still a very good deal.
For this dcity I continue buying Farms whenever they are cheap and if they aren’t because a lot of people have bought all Farm’s up to 1100 SIM,then I simply wait a day or two until eventually the price goes back down to 950-1000 SIM.
I also sell all Homeless and Immigrants cards I get, as I rather buy Luxury homes to get more Population. Homeless and Immigrants cards give negative Popularity and Luxury homes give SIM income, so in terms of profit growth it makes sense to do it this way.
That’s it for this week.
If you have any questions about your dcity about how to improve it, how to grow it more quickly or any other question. Please do ask in the comments. I try to always give a response.
Thanks for reading, do follow me for more dcity and investment content and see you next time!
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Risingstar is completely free and once you start leveling up it starts to take less time with bigger rewards. As soon as you hit level 20 you can start to withdraw your Starbits and convert them to SIM that you could invest in dcity. The combination of these two games is a really solid way to generate funds that you can use to invest in other things.
It is a very fun game, with a lively market for the NFT cards that you get while playing. So along with earning Starbits, you will also get cards that you can sell for any Hive-engine token you like.
Check the game out here, I am sure that you won’t regret it.