The Least Expensive Cards On The Splinterlands Market
With card prices soaring I thought this would be a good time to list some of the least cost effective cards on the Splinterlands market. Listed below will be one card from each rarity that on the date of 7/27/2021 will cost you the least amount of your hard earn currencies to purchase. The Lore displayed under each edition has been taken from the official Splinterlands site.
Common Rewards Edition: WAVE RUNNER; Cost $0.12
The Wave Runner sees not one but two sets of prey. The first set of eyes scours the ocean for a tasty morsel. The second set of eyes looks above to the skies for unsuspecting flyers. With a powerful swipe of its tail the Wave Runner can leap out of the water and bring giant birds and dragons alike into the water where its body provides a natural fighting advantage. It's best to find land or make peace with your soul if you're unfortunate enough to face a Wave Runner.
Rare Untamed Edition: GOBLIN CHARIOT; Cost $0.36
While many Gobson inventions are far from perfected, the Goblins there have truly mastered the wheel and the gear. Chariots are an easy way for a single Goblin to pull at least six others into battle. They can also be pulled by goats and other beasts, but Goblins have always preferred using Goblin Power when they can.
Epic Dice Edition: Dragon Spirit; Cost $1.78
A twisted spell was recently discovered by the Dragon mages, and now ghostly hybrids known only as Dragon Spirits are roaming the skies. Despite the best efforts of Gloridax egg care, the rate of egg failures has skyrocketed as the Splinterlands has been stricken with the Burn. The mages began their experiments hoping that they could salvage something of the Dragon that might have been. But when they perform these wild spells on failed eggs, they are not saving the Dragon’s life, but trapping it in spirit form and cursing it to wander the Splinterlands instead of having a chance with the next egg. The Dragon Spirits (fully aware of their situation) are ruthlessly resentful of everyone living, especially Dragons.
Legendary Rewards Edition: SPIRIT DRUID GROG; $9.60
The most powerful druidic sorcerer in the Splinterlands is called Spirit Druid Grog. He resides in a mud hut outside the earthen gate to the Swamps of the Living Moss. Without the help of the moss, Grog never would have achieved such incredible magical abilities. Now, he has lived among the mud and moss for so long that he can leave the Swamps, taking the entirety of his magic with him. By mixing a variety of wondrous weeds from the Swamps with pieces of various magical creatures and cooking them up in his great iron cauldron, Grog can create spells with truly otherworldly effects. He has even discovered the secret to resurrecting the fallen in battle, but unfortunately, they are not always brought back with their original minds.
Its hard to believe that the least expensive common card within Splinterlands cost $0.12 USD. I can remember when Alpha commons sold for just two cents. Today an Alpha Common will cost at least $1.00 USD. Card price might look high now but our player base is still realitively small. Some of these cards can still see massive gains. BUT like anything else only invest what you can afford to lose. Don't forget to hit the battle field today in ranked play. The currency given for free for each of your wins (DEC) has soared in price plus collecting DEC will allow you to participate in the YEAR LONG AIRDROP that is scheduled to start today. Learn more about the airdrop HERE
Splinterlands Total Market Cap: $51,967,836
Graph and market cap taken from Splinterlands official discord channel
With card prices soaring so does the Splinterlands Market Cap. Its important to note that the above market cap is for cards only not all Splinterlands assets. If we factor in DEC/SPT/LAND and other numerous Splinterlands assets that 50+ Million evaluation would be much higher. Which is completely insane to think about. Not many months ago the marketcap was valued at 5 Million USD. Splinterlands is headed to the moon, Did you purchase a ticket yet?