CSC’s Star Trek pre-sale – including a USS Enterprise with a starting price of $200,000 – starts 29 August

Lucid Sight release details of its big event

Things are gearing up nicely for Lucid Sight’s blockchain game Crypto Space Commander (aka CSC).

It’s preparing to go live into Steam early access and coinciding with this, the developer has released details about its pre-sale of Star Trek items: what it’s calling the CSC Divergence Event.

The auction will be structured in Dutch style, which means the NFT’s price will start at $200,000 (around 1,000 ETH) and decline over time.

Kicking off on 29 August at 11am PST, the first auction will be for the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701.

The auction will be structured in Dutch style, which means the NFT’s price will start at $200,000 (around 1,000 ETH) and decline over time.

It’s an interesting approach, which – unlike the English style auctions used by blockchain games such as F1 Delta Time to sell high value items – caps the upside price but encourages interested parties to bid as early as possible to secure an item.

Selling a slice of the galaxy

Alongside NCC-1701, another five high profile Star Trek ships will be sold in similar style over the subsequent weeks – the event will last until 2 October – including another variant of the U.S.S. Enterprise – NCC-1701-D.

And for those without large amount of crypto to spend, Lucid Sight will also be selling a limited supply of 10,000 crates.

Priced at around $25, youll need the in-game GFC currency to buy them. Each will contain 1 random Star Trek ship plus four random modules.

You can read the full details of the pre-sale and associated in-game events via CSC’s Medium.

Or check out our recent interview with Lucid Sight CEO Randy Saaf and CTO Fazri Zubair below.

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