Are there good deals on Atomichub for splinterlands players? || Ep. #82 || Splinterlands

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In the previous post, I looked at how splinterlands perform on the WAX blockchain since the bridge has gone live in Mid February 2021. In this post, I would like to look at the specific monster and summoner cards on the WAX blockchain marketplace and compare it to their Hive counterparts and see how a new starter can benefit from purchasing on the WAX blockchain.

The categories that I will be exploring are three main categories, namely:

  • Rare Summoner Cards
  • Neutral Monster Legendary Cards
  • Legendary Summoner Cards

Round 1 - Rare Summoner Cards

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The first category I would like to explore is the Rare Summoners Cards. Most cards on AtomicHub are 50% or more expensive than the MonsterMarket marketplace. Round 1 goes to Hive.

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Round 2 - Neutral Monster Legendary Cards

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The second category we are exploring is Neutral Legendary Monsters. I was surprised to see that 2 Neutral Legendary Monsters were cheaper on AtomicHub than the MonsterMarket marketplace. The prices are still costly overall on AtomicHub, so Round 2 goes again to Hive.

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Round 3 - Legendary Summoner Cards

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The final category is the Legendary Summoner Cards. The majority of the Legendary Summoners are very overpriced on AtomicHub. Another win for Hive.

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Are there any deals on AtomicHub for splinterlands cards?

Sometimes, but it requires patience and being able to navigate through the AtomicHub marketplace. I couldn't find many deals apart from this one.

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Also, it may be worth exploring the Auction Tab as you can bid on cards.

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Summary

AtomicHub prices are seriously overpriced, and the shocking realization I had is that these inflated cards are selling. Also, the UI experience on the AtomicHub marketplace is cumbersome in comparison to the Hive marketplaces. If you are a seller, then there are ample opportunities to exploit on AtomicHub, but I would stick to Hive marketplaces for new players.

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Just wondering: do you have any idea how many cards are sold on AtomicHub?

I'm wondering whether it would make more sense to sell cards there than on the regular market... :)

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Theres no harm in trying, but definitely in the beginning the prices were insane especially for #1 mint cards.

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I guess I don't understand the reasoning behind this relationship with WAX. If no Splinterlands player will buy these overpriced cards and non-Splinterlands players are not invested in the cards/game enough to buy the cards, how does the game benefit?

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