Non-fungible token (NFT) sales saw a small uptick over the last week as $658.4 million in NFT sales were recorded, up 3.35% in seven days. Out of 15 blockchains, Polygon-based NFT sales saw the largest increase in volume, jumping 106.68% this week. Moreover, over the last seven days, an NFT collection called Moonbirds saw the largest sales volume gathering $231.9 million.
Weekly NFT Sales Record a Slight Increase
NFT sales volume managed to increase slightly this week, as sales jumped 3.35% higher than last week’s sales. The sales volume stemming from 15 different blockchain networks saw $658.4 million in sales this past week. Seven days ago, on April 10, sales volume the week prior had dropped by 13%.
This week, Ethereum recorded $562.9 million in sales, up 3.74% higher than last week. The largest sales volume percentage increase out of all 15 blockchains, compared to last week was Polygon, jumping 106.68% with $7.3 million in sales. BSC-based NFT sales jumped 58.89% higher this week, and NFT sales from Arbitrum increased by 30.74%. Wax blockchain NFT sales were down 39.92% over the last seven days with $2.2 million.
The NFT collection capturing this week’s top sales volume was Moonbirds as the NFT collection recorded $231.9 million in sales volume. The second-largest sales volume stemmed from the Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC) collection, as it saw $26.8 million.
MAYC was followed by Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) sales, which gathered $22.8 million in sales in the last seven days. Other notable collections that made it into the top ten NFT collections by weekly sales volume include compilations like Azuki, Cryptopunks, Clonex, Imposter Genesis, MOAR, Beanz, and Doodles respectively.
Statistics further show this week’s top NFT sale was Cryptopunk 7756, which sold for 1,050 ether or $3.2 million at the time of settlement. Bored Ape Yacht Club 8537 sold for 200.69 ether or $604,854, and Azuki 9759 was sold for 195.3 wrapped ether (WETH) or $579,214.
Those three NFTs represented 0.672% of the $658.4 million in NFT sales volume during the last seven days. The top fractional NFT projects by market valuation include ape punk (APE$) worth $3 million, angry doge (ANFD) with $1.99 million, and antique zombie shards (ZOMB) is worth $1.27 million today.
The most expensive floor price today is held by the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFT collection, which has a floor price of 103.5 ETH at the time of writing. BAYC’s floor value is followed by PROOF Collective (78 ETH), Cryptopunks (63.69 ETH), Bored Ape Chemistry Club (34.33 ETH), and Azuki (26.5 ETH).
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