In a turbulent week for the crypto market, NFT sales showed resilience, increasing by 7.74% to a total value of $181.82 million. The data also showed that the number of NFT buyers increased by 41% from last week.
NFT Sales Up Nearly 8% Despite Cryptocurrency Market Plunge
The top 5 blockchains with the highest NFT sales in the past 7 days include Ethereum (ETH), Solana (SOL), MATIC, BNB Chain, and Immutable X. Among them, the Ethereum blockchain led with $124.7 million, a slight decrease of 1.75%, while according to Cryptoslam.io data, $22.66 million came from the Solana blockchain, an increase of 88.19%, ranking second.
Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) performed best among the top 8 NFT series this week, with sales of $16.38 million, an increase of 64.07%. This is followed by other big names in the NFT market, including Mad Lads ($8.4 million), Azuki ($7.5 million), Mutant Ape Yacht Club ($4.97 million), Captainz ($4.84 million), Blocklords Banners ($3.8 million), The Heist NFT ($4.50) and Trump’s Digital Trading Card (Series 2, $3.33 million).
The most valuable individual NFT this week was Cryptopunk #2,356, which sold for $380,483 five days ago, followed by Azuki #6,954, which sold for $358,249 four days ago. Autoglyphs #145 had the third highest sale at $286,709, followed by Azuki #5,523 at $253,464. Vethena #9.130 is fifth, having sold for $223,161 three days ago.
According to NFTPriceFloor.com, the Cryptopunk series continues to dominate the NFT market in terms of base prices, followed by Bored Ape Yacht Club, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, Azuki, and Otherdeeds. Notable NFT series with double-digit base price increases include BAYC, MAYC, Autoglyphs, and Captainz.
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