October 23, 2023

NFT Sales Continue To Go up for 2nd Week in Row



The NFT sales over the past week witnessed a slight decline, as they went down by over 10% at the time of writing, according to Cryptoslam.

Over the past seven days, the NFT sales amounted to more than $73.634 million, over $38.643 million of which were from the Ethereum blockchain, around 12.6% up from the previous week. 

Out of the top 20 blockchains, Ethereum had the lion’s share of the NFT sales seven days ago, accounting for around 52% of the total sales. 

Meanwhile, Mythos Chain became in second place in terms of NFT sales for the past week, accounting for over 13% of the total sales ($9.613 million), a 3.3% increase from the previous week. 

Most of the blockchains over the past week saw a growth in sales except BNB Chain and Polygon. Blockchains of Solana, Immutable X, Bitcoin, Polygon, BNB Chain, and Flow followed Mythos Chain regarding the total sales over the past week, respectively. 

Most of the NFT collections witnessed an increase in their sales, except Winds of Yawanawa by Yawanawa and Refik Anadol, DraftKings, and Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) declined by 14.26%, 37.26%, and 1.59%, respectively. 

Regarding the NFT price floor, BAYC is still in second place in terms of the highest floor value at $42.8, following CryptoPunks, whose floor was just $72.9, according to data from nftpricefloor.com.

Last week, The most expensive NFT was Arcade.xyz Vault Key, which sold for over $384,000. The following top expensive NFTs sold over the past seven days were sold from $168,000 and downwards. 

As for the NFT marketplaces, Blur leads the NFT marketplaces, followed by OpenSea. Blur’s sales over the past week reached $39.9 million, while the sales on OpenSea were $13.9 million (-13.38%). 

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