30 Day NFT Sales Continue to Run Hot With Punks and Apes, Metaverse Trade Volume Skyrockets – Markets and Prices Bitcoin News

In the past 30 days, there were approximately 362,374 non-fungible token sales. Opensea, the largest NFT exchange, processed $2.39Billion during the past thirty days. That’s an 22.88% increase over last month. The decentraland volume increased 192% from last month to more than $28 millions in sales.

NFT and Metaverse steam continue with big volume and expensive collectibles

The hype surrounding the metaverse (NFT), and other non-fungible tokens has remained high for the final month of 2018. The Sandbox has processed substantial sales over the last week.

The Sandbox’s seven-day sales metrics show $19.3 million of The Sandbox, while Decentraland saw $6.6 millions. 30-day stats show Decentraland’s $28 million in sales pushed it up closed to 200% more than last month.

30 Day NFT Sales Continue to Run Hot With Punks and Apes, Metaverse Trade Volume Skyrockets
Opensea reported sales of $2.39 trillion in the last 30 days.

While Opensea sales spiked 22.88% this past month, Solana’s Magic Eden marketplace saw $148.86 million in monthly sales, up 86.9%. Superrare’s $26 million in 30 day sales pushed it up 15% since last month.

Atomicmarket’s Wax blockchain NFT market Atomicmarket made $38.96 Million in sales, which is 73% lower than its previous record. Rarible’s NFT market sales dropped 4.5% last month with $18.27 million in sales recorded. Foundation had $10.38million in monthly sales, down 11.94%. Aavegotchi recorded $5.78million in sales, which is down 35%).

30 Day NFT Sales Continue to Run Hot With Punks and Apes, Metaverse Trade Volume Skyrockets

Despite online discussions about Bored Ape Yacht Club’s (BAYC), NFT floor price jumps just below Cryptopunk (CP), NFT floor value, Cryptopunk #4156 was the largest sale of the month. It sold two weeks back for 2.5K ETH (or $10.35million at the time).

30 Day NFT Sales Continue to Run Hot With Punks and Apes, Metaverse Trade Volume Skyrockets
According to stats from dappradar.com, the most costly NFT was sold in October.

Moreover, the sixth-largest sale this past month was ​​Cryptopunk #9953 which sold for 399.69 ETH or $1.57 million. Although CP floor prices have a slightly higher floor than BAYC’s, they still average 52-53.5 ether per NFT. CP’s daily media price is higher (56 ETH) than BAYC’s daily median value (55 ETH) at the time of writing.

Bored Ape Yacht Club #9452, which was sold at $1.42 million (347 ether), was the highest-priced BAYC sale this month. Bored Ape Yacht Club #9449 also went for 285ether (or $1.17million) four weeks ago.

Five CPs were among the 15 highest-priced NFT sellers this month. Only two BAYCs, however, made the top 15. The Axie Infinity #1157920892 sale for 550 Ethereum or $2.33 Million was another notable sales event. In the past 30 days, $41.56million was earned by 15 NFT top-sellers.

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