Sunflower Land Set to Reach its 150k Farm Limit Soon
Sunflower land will soon reach its momentary 150K farm limit with only a few thousand farms available for grabs.
In a recent update, it was disclosed that Sunflower land is about to reach its temporary 150k farm limit, with only a few thousand new farms available for minting. It is expected that only 4700 farms will be available for minting before the game board decides on the expansion of farms.
The game is developing gradually, making 20k farms available at a time for new users. Before the game was made to restart, new farms were initially designed by legacy players of Sunflower Farmer.
Farms are the major NFT traded for the Sunflower game, and at the same time, they also serve as the main tool for playing the game. After a series of game fees modification, the minting of farms is now valued at a fixed price of $5 in MATIC. While for a resale offer, farms can be valued as high as 0.95 ETH depending on their condition.
Rare items on Sunflower trade at a high rate of about 1.24 ETH, bringing value to an organic ecosystem supported by initial playing fees. Apart from the initial minting fee and occasional withdrawal fee, Sunflower is yet to introduce fresh pay-to-win features.
In the meantime, land on Sunflower will be established on polygon with a rumored possibility of joining the Ronin network as its second game.
Since its launch in May, Sunflower has lost 90% of its players. With an initial 20K players, which have now fallen to 2.75K players, Sunflower land is gradually dropping from its high status. In addition, thee SFL token is relatively illiquid and estimated to be worth around $0.20.
To escape the volatility of MATIC, the SFL token will switch to stablecoin pair trading. Polygon MATIC is currently valued at $0.59 after gaining 20% a few days ago, but the launching of the game has seen it dip significantly.