The game centres around the collection and trading of unique Cars, Drivers and Components – all of which exist as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) based on the ERC-721 token standard. Fungible Tokens (FTs) based on the ERC-20 token standard function as a currency in the game, and can be used in transactions such as paying entry fees and purchasing certain items.
Supports Metamask, Formatic (Beta), Dapper, Portis to play.
As of October 2019, F1 Delta Time is in beta.
In-game NFTs consist of unique tokens that can be used in gameplay: Cars, Drivers and Components. A Car token can be improved by adding or upgrading components such as engine blocks or turbochargers. Each token possesses its own set of stats that may affect the performance of the Car or Driver. These NFTs are limited; only a set number of each token will be created and made available to players. Tokens of higher rarities are drastically fewer in number, and as such, have higher value.
REVS serve as the in-game FTs, and are used as the standard currency in F1® Delta Time. REVS can be used as entry fees or received as rewards alongside NFTs.
The rarity of a token depends on the class – common, rare or legendary – as well as the stats connected to the token. There can be as many as 30,000 of the same common token, or an item can be so rare as to be the only one of its kind attainable throughout a season.
Once signed in, visit the “Garage” page to see the NFTs that you own.