Despite a pullback in crypto asset prices on Friday, NFT sales over the past seven days have increased significantly from the previous week. In the past 7 days, sales have increased by 138.15%, bringing in $801 million in revenue, and the number of NFT buyers has increased by 34.7%. Ethereum has dominated NFT sales over the past seven days, accounting for $762 million in total sales.
Solana trailed Ethereum in terms of NFT sales at $17,717,911, but while Ethereum sales were up 162.67% from last week, Solana’s NFT sales were down 1.86%. After Ethereum and Solana are Polygon, Immutable X and BNB. With the exception of Ethereum and Panini, most blockchains in the top 10 by sales declined this week. Panini’s NFT sales surged 56.52% to $452,827 in the past week.
The five most expensive NFTs sold in the last 7 days.
The NFT series with the highest sales since last Friday was Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC), which saw a 444.58% increase in sales from the previous week and grossed over $92 million. Following MAYC are Otherdeed, Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), Azuki and Moonbirds. All five NFT collectibles are up 65% or more in the past seven days. A notable winner was Openen Edition, the sixth-biggest series in weekly sales, up 5,235.8% since last week to a cumulative $37,593,913.
Likewise, when it comes to the ETH-based NFT market, rookie Blur has surpassed Opensea in weekly volume, capturing 81% of the NFT market share in paid sales for the week. Opensea’s trading volume accounted for about 13.6% of the total 7-day trading volume of NFT. Following Blur and Opensea are X2Y2, Immutable X Marketplace and Lookrare. The new Cardano-based marketplace JPG Store ranked sixth in sales this week, up 35.94% from the previous week.
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