Sunflower Land Now Features Limited Player-to-Player Trades
The Sandbox stage concludes with player-to-player trading. More farms have been blacklisted for suspected bot activity, and no resale as NFT is permitted.
Sunflower Land players may be on the lookout for a newly traded item. Trading Tickets are now available from the Wandering Trader. Each one permits three exchanges between players without incurring MATIC costs.
The trades can be completed at the Goblin Village trading center. Sunflower Land had shown its willingness to develop trading capabilities, allowing users to swap raw materials, crops, and mined products. When fully implemented, the trading system will be the game's final update in the Sandbox stage.
Sunflower Land currently supports NFT listing, although trade in crafted items is limited. The game now has 147.4K farms, approaching the 150K cap before adding another mint chance. However, the list of banned farms is growing, diminishing that number and possibly adding value to vetted farms.
Sunflower Land is back as the top polygon game
Sunflower Land suddenly saw its player count rise to 12.3K per day. After momentarily sliding out of the top five on the Polygon network, the game has reclaimed the top slot.
The sudden increase in activity remains unexplained for the time being. The game is still partially driven by bots, and there is a lot of activity on its farm resale and mint smart contracts.
There are 138,604 addresses holding farms, with some wallets possibly holding more than one farm. The game's purpose is to minimize multi-accounting, and it will rely on a land extension in 2022 to make the game more productive and engaging.