- Oct 25, 2021
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A Number of NFT Sales Slide Following Crypto Market Downturn
Throughout the year, NFTs have seen massive demand and markets have processed billions of dollars in sales. In the midst of the all-time highs
The spike in NFT sales took place on November 15 and lasted only 24 hours. Since the end of October, the number of NFT sales dropped 28.79% according to
The drop over the last 30 days can be seen across popular NFT marketplaces and some of the most popular NFT collections. For instance, during the last month, Opensea sales have dropped 29.22% and the number of traders on Opensea also slid by 15.32%, according to dappradar.com
NFT marketplaces like Superrare sales are down 33.56% and Rarible lost 20.09% this past month. The NFT platform Foundation saw sales drop by 18.47%, NFT sales on Pancakeswap have slipped 90.61%, and after the Tezos-based marketplace, Hic et nunc returned, sales are down 46.97% in 30 days. The Flow-based NBA Top Shot’s sales have slipped this past month as well and are down 11.33% on Tuesday.
However, not all NFT platforms that allow people to buy and sell digital collectibles have seen sales drop. The blockchain-based game Axie Infinity’s NFT sales are up 41.35% and the number of Axie Infinity traders has jumped 42.94% last month.
The NFT collection Cryptopunks has seen sales rise over the last month gaining 274.35% since October 24. Wax blockchain sales on the Atomicmarket NFT marketplace are up 313.7% in 30 days and the Ethereum-based metaverse world Decentraland’s NFTs sales are up 339.09% this past month.
Meanwhile, specific NFTs are still selling for millions or hundreds of thousands of dollars in crypto depending on the collection. Cryptopunk 9,998 sold this month for $529.77 million at the time of sale, or 124,450 ether. An NFT called “A Coin for the Ferryman” sold for six million dollars or 1,330 ether. Approximately 20 NFTs sold for over $1 million during the last 30 days according to dappradar.com statistics.
Being the most expensive digital asset sold in 30 days, Cryptopunk 9,998 represented a large portion of the $1.8 billion in Ethereum-based NFT sales last month. Although the Cryptopunk 9,998 sale
What do you think about the slump in NFT sales during the last month? Do you think NFT sales are sliding because crypto markets have slipped in value? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.