Uses. Dilithium Exchange can be used to buy Zen from or sell Zen to other players. It can also be used (with some risk) to transfer Refined Dilithium between characters on the same player account.
Can you trade Dilithium ore?
Upgrading costs Dilithium. You can trade Dilithium for Zen. You can donate Dilithium to your fleet’s holdings for 1 Fleet Credit per 1 Dilithium.
How do you trade Dilithium between characters?
Simply post a sale of dilithium for zen at the default price or any that is below the going rate where it won’t be sold and then cancel the sale. This will put the dilithium in your ‘wallet’ in the exchange. You can then switch characters and withdraw the refined dilithium.
How do you sell dilithium in Zen Xbox one?
You open the Dilithium exchange tab, in the bottom left corner you select how much dilithium you’re willing to exchange for one zen (nothing prohibits you from buying at an higher price or from offering to buy it should it drop a bit), put in the amount of dilithium you want to sell (eg 20k at 400 dil per zen), the …
How do you convert Dilithium?
Refined Dilithium is also available via the in-game Dilithium Exchange, which can be accessed via the downward arrow on the mini-map. Here, you can exchange ZEN you’ve transferred into STO for Refined Dilithium, and vice-versa.
Can you buy Dilithium?
To access the Dilithium Exchange, click on the downward arrow on the mini-map and select “Dilithium Exchange” – this can also be accessed while browsing the Dilithium Store for items and clicking on “Buy Dilithium”, and through the button on the “Assets” tab of your inventory.
How do I exchange Dilithium to Zen?
Transferring Refined Dilithium
- The character sending Refined Dilithium needs to create a “Buy ZEN” order for a low price that is below the current prevailing exchange rate. …
- The character receiving then needs to log in, cancel the existing “Buy ZEN” order and Withdraw.
How do I transfer Zen between games?
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Already have Zen? Go to My Wallet. Once you are here, simply select the game you wish to transfer your Zen, the server your character is on and the amount. Once you have those 3 criteria filled out, click Transfer and you’re done!
How do you get Zen in STO?
One can also gain Zen through Arc platform by doing Arc Quests, where Arc points can be exchanged for Zen(not available on pc anymore). Gold or Lifetime players can also earn 500 Zen at the end of every month for as long as their accounts remain such.
How do you refine more dilithium?
There is the NPC at the fleet dilithium mine which lets you refine 500 dil a day. So those together equal 1000 extra per day. To transfer dil between characters, put dilithium on the dil/zen exchange for an absurd amount of zen, switch characters, and then cancel the offer and withdraw the dilithium.
What time does Dilithium refining reset?
Re: Questionite-refining timing
It resets once every 24 hours, aound 6-8 PM server time (US/Califorina Time zone), same time the next Daily spawns. You can always gather extra and just hit refine the next day. Always be Stylin!
How do I get a dilithium mining claim?
Players can trade in their Claims to the Ferengi EV Suit Vendor at The Nerrak located in the Vlugta Asteroid Field, where players may exchange Dilithium Mining Claims for Dilithium Vouchers. Each Claim may be exchanged for either 2,500 Reputation Dilithium Vouchers or 2,500 Fleet Dilithium Vouchers.
Do Romulan ships use Dilithium?
According to Memory Alpha, Romulans do not use dilithium for their propulsion but artificial quantum singularities. They therefore should not have been affected by The Burn, would’ve retained their full fleet and full warp capabilities and they could’ve easily taken over some sectors.
Do Borg ships use Dilithium?
Borg technology as of Voyager uses some manner of warp drive, but also transwarp conduits. Given that “transwarp coils” facilitate transwarp, the writers could probably come up with something about how warp would become somehow trivial in terms of with transwarp coils. Long way around, but no dilithium that we know of.