It is important for collectors and card holders to know their NFTs well, and that means being able to understand the Card ID of their NFT cards. Learning how to analyse the Card ID -of the NFTs helps you track all your NFTs, their value, rarity and scarcity.
Based on the Card ID, the owners can learn how valuable their card is and how they should trade it on the market for the best value.
Each LOCGame NFT card is unique and can be authenticated by a unique serial number, which looks like this: 1-003-006-001-001-011-000000013
To be able to analyse any card, you need to take note of what each number in the series represents.
Let’s see which card is this based on its Card ID:
MCW (Standard, Prestige, Elite)
Apollo (Standard, Prestige, Elite, Super-Elite, Sacrifice pack)
DJ Soda (Super-Elite, Legendary)
Wolf of Crypto (Super-Elite, Legendary)
Access Granted (Iris Card only)
001: This is the game rarity. So far, LOCGame has only released cards with standard game rarity, meaning with the prefix- 001. In 2023 there will be different game rarities as well.
011: This represents the card number. It is the 3 digits before the card counter that indicate the uniqueness of a card in each edition. Each card has a different card number based on the edition and pack it was minted. You can find cards with the same card number but they will be from different editions and packs. Therefore, a card number is a serial number of a card in a specific edition/pack and it’s not unique to a specific card.
This is the card counter
. It is always the last 9 digits of a card’s ID. It can be found on the card's URL in our marketplace
or on OpenSea.
Finally, we can tell which card has the unique identifier!
This card is from the Apollo Edition. Collectors can find it in the Apollo Pack, it has a standard visual rarity and its card number is 011. Therefore it is the Crypto Journalist