LeoGlossary: Card Market

SplinterGlossary: Card Market

During the Splinterlands' early days it was all about cards. The earliest non-card asset introduced in Splinterlands was DEC, one year after the game launched. And it is a fungible token, not an NFT.

That's why the card market was the only focus for Splinterlands for a long time. Only recently a non-card market started to be developed.

The card market on Splinterlands allows a player to either buy individual cards that are listed for sale on the market or to list their own cards for sale.

To list a card for sale from Splinterlands, one needs to go to their collection, pick the card they want to sell, click on it, select the version you want to list for sale and then go to the option to sell/rent the card, choose a price and click Sell.

The process of selling isn't instant. Listing the card for sale, even if it's the most attractive sell offer, doesn't guarantee that the card will be sold. A guaranteed selling of a card can be achieved through PeakMonsters' bidding system, where the seller sells at the bidder's price.

To buy a card using the Splinterlands card market, it's important to use the information available to you on the market page.

Listed cards can be filtered by

There are also sorting options you should use.

On the cards shown on the market page, the different numbers signify:

  • on the top-left it's the lowest price
  • on the top-right it's the number of cards still in circulation
  • below the circulating supply, in red, it's the number of cards listed on the market (only if more than one)

Tip: It is more advantageous to use a well-established 3rd party website such as PeakMonsters for their card market (as well as their rental market) because they are better designed for these operations, have more features and you usually have additional benefits.


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