This Week’s NFT Sales Slide, Bored Ape Market Cap Drops 21%, Floor Prices Sink Lower – Markets and Prices Bitcoin News


Non-fungible tokens (NFT) sales this week fell 10.88% lower than the previous week. About $118.02 million worth of NFTs were sold this week compared to last week’s $132.43 million. Further, the top two NFT pools with the largest market capitalizations have shed significant value over the past seven days. While Bored Ape Yacht Club’s market valuation lost 21.29%, Cryptopunks’ market cap slipped 19.18%.

NFT Sales and Prices Nosedive

NFTs had a lackluster week as sales and prices followed in sync with falling prices of crypto assets. Statistics show that a large number of NFT collections have lost considerable market value over the past week. For example, metrics show that Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) floor value on September 13, 2022 was $114,388 and today, the floor value is around $90,026. BAYC’s market valuation on September 13 was $1.14 billion and today it is down 21.29% to $900.25 million.

This week's NFT Sales slide, Bored Ape's Market Cap drops 21%, floor prices drop.
NFT floor values ​​on September 13, 2022.

Data shows that the second most expensive NFT floor value belonged to Cryptopunks on September 13th, and that is still the case today. However, the cheapest Cryptopunk last week was around $98,941, but today you can get one for $79,960. Cryptopunks market cap is down 19.18% over the past week. The same can be said for the majority of blueberry NFT collections such as PROOF Collective, Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC), Castaways and Doodles.

This week's NFT Sales slide, Bored Ape's Market Cap drops 21%, floor prices drop.
NFT floor values ​​on September 21, 2022.

Seven-day statistics show that the BAYC NFT collection is the compilation with the best sales of this week, as 8,603,290 USD in trades were recorded. BAYC sales increased by 17.33% and the second largest NFT collection by weekly sales is RENGA. The RENGA NFT collection managed to print $5,822,323 in seven-day sales, up 121.08% from last week. Overall, however, NFT sales across 17 blockchains monitored by are down 10.88% lower than last week.

This week's NFT Sales slide, Bored Ape's Market Cap drops 21%, floor prices drop.

Ethereum (ETH) captured the best NFT sales and Solana (SOL) recorded the second largest number of digital collectible sales this week. Although, ETH-based NFT sales slipped 1.66% less than last week with $79.05 million in seven-day sales. SOL-based NFT sales are down this week 42.11% lower than last week with $23.71 million. Both Flow and Immutable X saw an increase in NFT sales. Current NFT sales jumped 59.42% higher, and Immutable X NFT sales saw a significant 790.96% increase.

The five most expensive NFTs sold this week all come from the BAYC collection and include Bored Ape #441, Bored Ape #2897, Bored Ape #5733, Bored Ape #4179 and Bored Ape #1846. Bored Ape #441 sold for 351,000 DAI and Bored Ape #2897 sold for 215.38 ether or $296,404 USD. Bored Ape #5733 was sold three days ago for 120 ether or $176,458, and Bored Ape #4179 sold for 123 ether or $176,307. Lastly, the fifth most expensive, Bored Ape #1846, was sold for 106 ether or $151,939 four days ago.

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the News Leader at News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open source code and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written over 6,000 articles for News about the disruptive protocols coming out today.

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