by Max Barry

Latest Forum Topics

Advertisement

38

DispatchMetaGameplay

by The Regional Nation of The Northern Light. . 437 reads.

The North Pacific Card Market Watch


Card Market Watch

Produced by the LinkMinistry of Culture of The North Pacific

What is this?

We in The North Pacific love trading cards! We even have our very own card lottery and card giveaway programs.

Naturally, we want to know more about how the card market is doing. For this, we decided to start keeping track of a few numbers and make some graphs. We also decided to make these available to everyone, in case others find this data interesting as well.

Below we include a few graphs (you can click on the images to be taken to interactive versions of the same graphs). You can also use the following resources, which have data starting from June 3rd, 2019:

  • The Linkcard statistics spreadsheet, which includes the raw data for all the graphs and a lot more. The spreadsheet updates every day at around 8:00 am ET.

  • The Linkdaily trade records, which includes logs of all trades taking place each day. The records update every minute.

For any comments, including requests for additional data and graphs, please contact Minister of Culture Prydania.

Market activity

The following graphs show how many trades take place each day. They also break down the total trades along various categories, such as rarity of traded card and auction versus gift.

Link

Link

Market volume

The following graph shows how much money changes hands each day. The graph also breaks down the total volume per card rarity.

Link

Legendary market value

The following graph shows the total market value of all 184 legendary cards available in Season 1.

Link

Trading nations

The following graphs show the number of unique nations involved in card trading, including break downs with respect to type of trade (auction or gift) and role (seller or buyer).

Link

Link

Link

Average pack junk value

The following graph shows the amount of bank you will earn on average if you junk all of the cards you find in a pack.

Link

Number of cards and card odds

The following graphs show the number of cards that can normally appear in packs, that is, cards that belong to nations that have not ceased-to-exist. The graphs show both total and per-rarity-category counts, as well as the odds that a card in an opened pack will be in each of the rarity categories. Note that all "pullable" cards have the same odds of appearing in a pack, regardless of rarity. The odds are for each entire rarity category.

Link

Link

Link

Link

Link

Link

Link

This dispatch is updated automatically on a daily basis. Please do not edit manually.



RawReport