Do You Buy dCity Cards Randomly Or From The Market?

in LeoFinance3 months ago (edited)

If you want to build your virtual city, you can do that on dCity. You can buy different cards and build your city the way you want. You can buy cards mainly in two ways. One, buy some random cards and two, buy cards in the market.

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One card costs 4 HIVE or 800 SIM. That means 1 SIM is equal to 0.005 SWAP.HIVE. Before buying any card, you should check out the market price. If it is below 0.005, you can buy SIM and then buy cards. In this way, you can save some money.

When you buy random cards, you can choose whether you want to buy 1st Edition cards or 2nd Edition cards. But you have no control over which cards you will get. Sometimes you can get good cards and that puts a smile on your face. Sometimes you might not get very valuable cards. It's luck, I guess.

If you want to buy a specific card, you have to buy it from the market. You can check out the price and directly buy it from there. So should you buy cards randomly or buy from the market?

It depends. You can buy a bunch of cards and then buy from the market to make balance and optimize the city. As I said before, sometimes you get really good cards when you buy random cards.

Sometimes you see cards price in the market is low. So it is reasonable to buy from the market. For example, right now population cards price in the market is low. For example, Apartment card.

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The current market price of the Apartment card is 6.237 SWAP.HIVE.Two months ago, the Apartment card price was way higher. So it is better to buy population cards from the market. On the other hand, I see different building cards that generate SIM income is higher compared to the price of previous months.

You have to make the decision based on your analysis and what card you need. Sometimes you get cards in the market at a low price. Yesterday I bought 11 GYM cards and it was from 3.49 - 3.50 SWAP.HIVE.

I think dCity is not just buying cards and building city. It is about setting your strategy to buy and sell cards to get higher returns as well as optimize your city.

What do you think? Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section. Thank you so much for reading this post.

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Dear @rezoanulvibes, i was doing it at the beginning, but now i removed this options because always you get cards with less market value of what you invest and most of them are unuseful like park or art gallery.
Anyway i am going to sell my whole town, if you are interested you are welcome to my post:
https://hive.blog/dcity/@intellihandling/looking-to-sell-my-whole-town-again

If you get lucky, you might get some good cards. Most of the time, you get equal or less than what the market offers. That's what I see these days. Thank you @intellihandling for sharing your experience.

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Generally I do the same. Sometimes I do a swap, so I sell 3 wind turbines and exchange them for a restaurant, rather than buying a random card, because then I might get a wind turbine again 😅

And when I do need population, then I do buy cards on the market, since those cards are generally cheaper in the market.

When my dcity is balanced though and I have 800 sim again, then I buy a random card again.

Selling 3 wind turbines, then buying random cards, wind turbines show up again is a nightmare. lol...

Now SIM income-generating cards price is higher. Considering that, I sometimes buy random cards. For population cards, buying from the market is the best choice right now.

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Yes it is, so I played it safe and bought at restaurant from the market.

Hi @rezoanulvibes, your post has been upvoted by @bdcommunity courtesy of @rehan12!


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