Gold Fever

Land and Custom Buildings


Some players might be interested in acquiring land and participating in the development of the infrastructure. Entire zones filled with empty parcels will be available for purchase through website auctions. The winner of the action will enjoy a high number of parcels that they can use to place buildings acquired in the form of blueprints.
If a player has acquired a blueprint but doesn’t have land to build it on, that player can then place a request to the parcel's owner so that their structure can be built. All of that will happen through our great system that enables negotiations and settling on a fair price!
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Acquiring Land

Land acquisition is instrumental to building the new economy and expanding your influence over Hope Island in Gold Fever.
The land is primarily sold through the website in the form of auctions, where potential owners bid for the pre-selected parcels. After the auction is complete and the transactions are confirmed, the parcels will stay in the player’s possession indefinitely as an NFT. They can be traded between players.
If the player doesn’t have the resources to build on the newly acquired land, other players can petition the landowner to build their buildings (which they have to provide blueprints for) for a price. Land owners can always barter with the player requesting a building to amend the price and the location if they wish.

Acquiring Blueprints

Establishing your own construction a starts with a humble blueprint. These blueprints represent one particular building that can't be constructed any other way than by obtaining its plan. If you're searching for where to acquire them, head directly to our website!
A blueprint is an NFT item that holds the instructions on how to build it as well as the right to construct one copy of it. It also lists all resources needed for the structure.
This item can then be used in game to start the building process on a piece of land you own or to seek permission to build on land owned by another player.

Examples of Buildings

These buildings can only be constructed with a help of a blueprint
  • Guild Base
  • Guild Docks
  • Guild Airfield
  • Bungalows
  • Crop Farm

Building Process

Using a blueprint to build a building requires the blueprint to be present in the player's wallet and also for it to be of a compatible type. The Adventurers are generally not allowed to build Tribal structures and vice versa.
The player also has to have the access to an unoccupied parcel of land of the appropriate size. This land parcel can either be purchased via the land auction on the website or via a direct deal with a different land owner.
In-game and once the blueprint is accessible from the wallet, the player may move to a certain location in the world where they wish their building to stand. Once there, they may select the blueprint to display its mesh in the world and navigate it to the desired position.
If the parcel and the building location are valid the mesh will appear green and the placement will be possible to be confirmed. If for a variety of other reasons, for example, if the placement is topographically incorrect or if the parcel is already occupied, the building cannot be placed at the desired location the mesh will appear red.
The building can be set to get built straight away if the parcel is owned by the owner of the blueprint. However, if a parcel is owned by another person, then a request must be sent to that person with a player-suggested fee for that specific location. The owner may then approve, or barter to amend the price or the location of the building.
Once a building is set, the NFT blueprint is attached to the land and can only be recovered to be used again by demolishing the said building. After that, the blueprint will again appear as a usable NFT item and can be reused.


For any number of reasons, a landowner may request a building be evicted from their parcel.
The request is sent to the governor, who has the executive power to decide whether the eviction is valid and support it or decline the request.
For example, if a particular player has been absent for more than 6 months and the owner would like to use this land parcel to build their own building, they can petition to have the building removed.
In the case the eviction request is accepted, the player’s building is demolished and the space is vacated. The NFT item with the blueprint is rightfully returned to its owner and can be reused to construct a new building at a later time.