Sunflower Land now allows the withdrawal of SFL tokens
Players can now withdraw their SFL tokens and trade them on QuickSwap. SFL tokens are generated by planting various seeds and then selling the sunflowers, potatoes, carrots and other crops to the in-game store.
SFL balances have been accumulating in the game since April 7th and they have been used to buy items and crafts. When withdrawing SFL from the farm, players are taxed a percentage based on their farm level and the SFL gathered. With the introduction of a Polygon-based token, SFL will attempt to establish a presence in crypto trading and will provide the opportunity to exchange for fiat.
According to the game's tokenomics, the game includes more than 50 rare collectibles and NFTs that can be crafted with SFL. The SFL is sent to the burn address when you craft an item. As SFL is burned, the amount of circulating supply decreases while the total supply increases and the rewards decrease. The game's token SFL is earned solely by playing the game and no SFL is pre-generated.
Sunflower Land has a detailed economy and a slow crop production balance. This avoids overproduction by creating bottlenecks for some items. Farmers can also specialize and pursue various buildings and achievements, each of which necessitates the cultivation of a specific crop. Sunflower Land crops begin as extremely rare and valuable but their SFL value is later halved. Bot harvesting is allowed in the game, but it does not reduce the time it takes to grow crops. Purchasing crop seeds and migrating from crops to recipes will require SFL.