Introduction + Basics
Hello, my name is Lars and I want to show you how you use the Trade Up Contract in a profitable way.
Table of content:
First of all, you need to know how the Trade Up Contract exactly works. In general, this isn't as complicated as you might think. Basically, the Trade Up Contract is a tool in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that requires 10 skins of the same rarity. If you want to know how to make profit using it, just follow the guide. In general, I recommend you to follow the guide to the end. I provide you information that you can help you to get advanced when it comes to the CSGO Trade Up Contract.
Here you can see how the Trade Up Contract works basically. (28 seconds)
You need 10 skins of the same rarity. You put these into the "Trade Up Contract" that you can find in your inventory in CSGO.
In the next step, you just a to sign the Trade Up Contract. It doesn't mean that's a real contract, you just have to make a stroke.
In exchange for the other items, you'll get a reward. This reward is exactly one grade higher than the skins you have put in.
Website + Tool
In the next step, I show you how to use our tool efficiently.
Generally, my tool gives you free access to an algorithm that calculates (24/7) the best trade ups. But now I will show you an example how a result of our algorithm could look like:
The first box is the input that you have to buy when you want to do this trade up. The color of this box represents the rarity of the input. Additionally, there are information about skin, collection, prices and a direct link to OPSKINS and Steam. Remember: You'll get a reward that is one grade higher than the input.
- Consumer - White↴
- Industrial - Light blue↴
- Mil-Spec - Darker blue↴
- Restricted - Purple↴
- Classified - Pink↴
- Covert - Red
In the next boxes, you can see the possible rewards if you do this trade up with its skin, condition, price, profit/loss and chance. In this case, you can get three skin with a chance of 33.33% each. Boxes with a green background let you make profit while boxes with a red background mean loss. With "Next" and "Previous" you have the option to look at other possible trade ups. Notice please that the algorithm tries to provide you the best trade ups first. Example: When you put 10x "FAMAS | Sergeant" into the Trade Up Contract, you receive an "AK-47 | Redline", a "Nova | Antique" or a "P90 | Trigon" with 33.33% each. When you get the AK-47, you make profit - otherwise, you would do loss.
Now I explain you something more difficult. But after reading this, you'll be able to recheck trade ups to get sure that it works.
Firstly, I'll explain what a "Float Value" is and what it has to do with the Trade Up Contract. There is something deeper than the normal conditions like "Field-Tested", "Battle-Scarred" and co. It just represents a value called "Float Value". The float value in CSGO has a range from 0.00(minFloat) which is the best you can get and 1.00(maxFloat) which is the worst one. Example: If a skin's float value is 0.27 its condition is "Field-Tested." If a skin's float value is 0.05 its condition is "Factory New."
The problem is that some skins have a special range - for example "AK-47 | Redline" which has a range from 0.10 to 0.70. This means you can't get an "AK-47 | Redline" that is Factory New because it's not possible to get this skin with a float value lower than 0.10 which means Minimal Wear. On the other hand, you can't expect to get this skin with a float value higher than 0.70 - even if it's possible to get this skin in Battle-Scarred.
The Trade Up Contract just uses this formula to calculate the float value of the reward: (maxFloat - minFloat) x AVG + minFloat AVG = Average of your input (10 skins) minFloat = minFloat of possible reward maxFloat = maxFloat of possible reward Regarding this formula, sometimes it can happen that you get appreciated reward but with a worse condition than expected. This is because your reward has a high minFloat. If you want to know the required average, you can use THIS WEBSITE. In conclusion, you should recheck every trade up on the range of float values because otherwise, you may get a worse condition than you expected. To get the minFloat & maxFloat of an item you can use THIS WEBSITE. "Field-Tested" and "Battle-Scarred" trade ups usually are safer because they have a larger float value range representing its condition. Don't be afraid. Our algorithm considers this problem so I show you only trade ups where the rewards have a low minFloat.