Despite Crypto Market Volatility, Non-Fungible Token Sales Surged in the Past Week

    Despite the recent volatility in the crypto market, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have proven to be resilient, with a 7.74% surge in weekly sales, amounting to a total of $181.82 million.

    New data reveals a 41% increase in NFT buyers over the week, surpassing the previous week’s numbers. The Ethereum (ETH) blockchain dominated NFT sales, contributing $124.7 million, while the Solana (SOL) blockchain brought in $22.66 million. ETH sales dropped 1.75%, while SOL sales surged by 88.19%, according to The top five chains with the highest NFT sales in the past seven days are ETH, SOL, MATIC, BNB, and Immutable X.

    Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) emerged as the top-performing NFT collection this week, generating $16.38 million in sales, up by 64.07% in the past seven days. Mad Lads ($8.4M), Azuki ($7.5M), Mutant Ape Yacht Club ($4.97M), and the Captainz ($4.84M) followed closely behind in sales. Other notable collections include Blocklords Banners ($3.8M), The Heist NFT compilation ($4.5M), and Trump’s Digital Trading Cards (series 2) ($3.33M).


    The highest-valued individual NFT sale this week was Cryptopunk #2,356, which sold for $380,483 five days ago, followed by Azuki #6,954, which fetched $358,249 four days ago. Autoglyphs #145 secured the third highest sale, selling for $286,709, followed by Azuki #5,523, which was sold for $253,464. Vethena #9,130 took the fifth spot, selling for $223,161 three days ago.

    According to statistics from, the Cryptopunk collection continues to dominate the NFT market, with the highest floor value, closely followed by Bored Ape Yacht Club. Other top-performing collections include Mutant Ape Yacht Club, Azuki, and Otherdeeds, all of which experienced a double-digit floor rise. Notably, BAYC, MAYC, Autoglyphs, and the Captainz also experienced significant floor rises.

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