NFT market sales soared 16%; 43.48% increase in buyers in the third week of 2023
Digital ownership continues into 2023 with $256.69 million in non-fungible token (NFT) sales in the past 7 days, according to Cry.ptoslam.io. This represents a 16.39% increase from the previous week’s sales and includes 1,355,376 NFT transactions. A total of 320580 buyers participated in the market activity which is an increase of 43.48% from the previous week. Of the 20 unique blockchain networks, Ethereum is certainly the most up and coming, which has definitely made $206.06 million in sales on-chain this past week. Talking further, Ethereum based NFT sales have increased by 24.78% over the past week. The second leading blockchain in terms of sales this week is Solana (SOL), which saw $36,378,730 in sales. Definitely we can see that its sales are down by 10.44% as compared to last week. The blockchain seeing the biggest seven-day gain in terms of sales was Theta, up 239%; Phantom, up 144%; Palm, up 97%; and WAX, up 73% this week, appear to be the top-grossing crypto collections this week, joining Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC), Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), Bored Ape Kennel Club (BAKC), Azuki and others. The Top 3 Highest Expensive Sales This Week include Bread Ape Yacht Club #4,025, which sold 7 days ago for $613,000; Cryptopunk #7,674, sold for $451,000 five days ago; and Cryptopunk #7,641, which sold three days ago for almost $418,000. If we look at the data from Nftpricefloor.com, at 10:00 am EST on Sunday, January 22nd, Cryptopunks had the highest floor price at 66.69 ETH, while BAYC’s floor was just below at 66.247 ETH.