NFT sales increased slightly by 1.46% in the past week

In the past week, NFT sales increased slightly, up 1.46% from the previous week to $149.31 million, of which Ethereum-based NFT sales were $108,272,701.

Ethereum NFT sales increased by 22.79%, accounting for 72.5% of all digital collectibles sold in the past week.

This week, Solana-based NFT sales accounted for $12.225 million in total sales, down 56.64% from the previous week. Ethereum and Solana NFT sales still lead, followed by Mythos, Polygon and Immutable X. Ronin sales also rose 20 percent, while Arbitrum rose 14 percent. Meanwhile, Panini Blockchain sales took a hit, dropping 31.23% for the week.

The best-performing NFT collection this week was Azuki, which earned $11,189,076, a staggering 504.96% increase from last week. The Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) series came in second with sales of $10,615,168, up 13.32% from the previous week. The Mythos chain’s Dmarket line underperformed last week, recording revenue of $6,762,049, down 11.5 percent from the previous week. However, the Milady Maker line saw a significant increase in sales, totaling $4,558,386, an increase of 367.58%.

The most expensive NFT sold this week was Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) #811, which sold for a whopping $625,825 five days ago. It was followed by Sandbox Lands #139,686 at $580,383, and BAYC #6774 at $501,845. Otherdeed Expanded #5227 and Superrare #370,449 also made the list, selling for $501,845 and $370,449 respectively. According to, Cryptopunks currently has the highest reserve price of any NFT series (51.50 ETH), closely followed by Bored Ape Yacht Club’s reserve price (48.30 ETH).

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