Sales rose 85% in one week; check out the 5 most popular collections – Money Times

NFT sales up 85% last week (Image: Freepik / pikisuperstar)

You non-fungal tokens (NFT) it became the talk of the year in 2021, attracting the attention of cryptocurrency enthusiasts and people who have never heard of the term.

The fever was so high that it grossed more than $ 20 billion in sales last year, and “NFT.” word of the year According to the Collins dictionary.

NFTs are unique and irreplaceable digital elements that can represent works of art, music, and so on. This type of token is used blockchain technology to maintain a digital record of ownership of commercial items.

NFTs were launched online for the first time Ethereum (ETH)where most of these things are still sold, but the collections are already available online Solana (SOL) and Tezos (XTZ).

NFT sales rose 85% last week from $ 246 million to $ 456 million.

Unexpected developments have shaken up NFT’s collections this week: the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) has “eaten the dust,” leaving No. 1, and other collections of non-fungal tokens have been included in the rankings.

Check out the top five NFT collections in the past week, according to data from the NonFungible website.

5th place: Meebits

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NFT Meebits Collection Sells $ 11.8 Million Last Week (Image: Twitter / CryptoPunks)

meetings This is a collection from CryptoPunks. NFTs have 3D avatars that can be used in metaverse applications.

Last week, Meebits recorded 607 sales, for a total of $ 11.8 million. The most expensive NFT at the time sold for $ 227,000.

4th place: Azuki

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Azuki’s NFT has surpassed Bored Ape Yacht Club in sales in the past (Image: Azuki / Reproduction)

azuki is a 10,000 NFT collection of anime style characters. Buying an NFT anime gives its owner some benefits, including access to exclusive publications and experiences, as well as a metaverse called “The Garden.”

Azuki earned $ 11.8 million from 231 sales in the last seven days. The most expensive item in the collection at the time sold for $ 230,000.

🏆 3rd place: CloneX

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CloneX is an NFT collection created by RTFKT Studios (Image: Twitter / RTFKT Studios)

CloneX Corp. 20,000 is a “next-gen” NFT collection. The description of the collection states that avatars are “inter-planetary tourists who have come to accelerate our evolution for an intangible existence.”

CloneX Corp. recorded 275 sales last week, totaling $ 13.8 million. The most expensive NFT in the collection at this time sold for $ 300,000.

🏆 2nd place: Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC)

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Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT is the largest collection by market capital (Image: Bored Ape Yacht Club / Reproduction)

Developed for Ethereum, Bored Ape Yacht Club It is a collection of 10,000 unique items and is the largest NFT on the market.

Recently, BAYC has proven to be a favorite of celebrities and professional athletes, for example Neymar Jr., Madonna, Jimmy Fallon and Paris Hilton. The collection also provides access to exclusive benefits to Yacht Club members.

Last week, BAYC made $ 96.9 million with 1,035 sales. The most expensive NFT at the time sold for $ 581,000.

🏆 1st place: Moonbirds

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During its launch week, Moonbirds sold its NFT for $ 1 million (Image: Moonbirds / Reproduction)

moonbirds It is a collection of 10,000 owl avatars. It is one of the fastest pick-ups to reach the “blue chip” status, at the minimum price, currently 26 ETH (US $ 74,500).

Moonbirds was launched on April 16 by Proof, a media startup created by famed venture capitalist Kevin Rose.

Last week, Moonbirds recorded a total of $ 1,468 in sales with $ 135.9 million. The most expensive NFT in the collection sold for a million dollars.

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