🔐Vaulting

With random vortexes threatening to destroy everyone and everything, Dr. FUD devised a plan to save the people of the Cryptoyverse by capturing keeping them safe in a secure location!

Vaulting Quantities

The amount of units that to be vaulted is determined by the total remaining inventory:

Full Series (30,000 Units)

If fewer than 10,000 units are sold, we will vault 3,000 units.

If more than 10,000 but fewer than 20,000 are sold, we will vault 2,000 units.

If more than 20,000 but fewer than 28,000 are sold, we will vault 1,000 units.

If 28,000 or more are sold, we will vault half (50%) of the remaining units.

Single Character Wave (10,000 Units)

If fewer than 3,000 units are sold, we will vault 3,000 units.

If more than 3,000 but fewer than 6,000 are sold, we will vault 2,000 units.

If more than 6,000 but fewer than 8,000 are sold, we will vault 1,000 units.

If 8,000 or more are sold, we will vault half (50%) of the remaining units.

Special Editions (3,000 Units)

If fewer than 1,000 units are sold, we will vault 1,000 units.

If 1,000 or more are sold, we will vault half (50%) of the remaining units.

Vaulted Rarities

The rarity distribution for Cubes in the vault is different from the initial release because during the vaulting process two very important things occur:

  1. None of the remaining Commons are vaulted.

  2. Only half (50%) of the remaining Ultra Grails are vaulted*

*All 1 of 1 Ultra Grails from Zoo-F-O™ and Masters of the Universe™ will be vaulted.

How Does it Work?

At the end of a vaulting event, all collectibles that do not get vaulted are removed from inventory -- They are no longer available for play, collection, or sale, and the total supply of that collectible decreases.

Examples

e.g., If you have a collectible that is Collector Number #337 of 4000, and 2000 of those collectibles are removed, you would then have #337 of 2000.

e.g., If you have a collectible that is Collector Number #2336 of 4000, and 2000 of those collectibles are removed, you would then have #2336 of 2000.

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