CryptoSlam’s information indicates that over 201k customers expended more than $140 M on NFTs in the previous week. That’s down 25% compared to the previous seven days, with programs like Bored Ape Yacht Club and Ledger Market Pass capping deals.
Despite the downcast things, all are moving in the area. There are some differences in NFT sales and blockchain percentage, per CryptoSlam:
Ethereum ($116.8 million) and Solana ($13.2 million) sales are low at 27% and 10%, respectively.
Moonbirds deals are up 28%, provoking in $3.9 million.
Flow trades are up 16%, dealing $3.9 M on its network.
NFL All Day, digital video collectibles of iconic NFL times powered by Dapper Labs, is up 105%. The program fascinated $1.2 million in deals on the Flow blockchain.
Fan token deals are up 10%, giving rise to more than $1 billion.
BAYC is back on the cap, regarding CryptoSlam’s charts, but the program’s deals are below 5%. BAYC brought in $11.5 million, and the Ledger Market Pass Genesis Edition rang in $8.2 million as of July 29. Sorare deals are down 32%, and Otherdeed deals tanked 41%, but the prominent programs brought in $6.5 million and $6.2 million, respectively. Mutant Ape Yacht Club is chasing too far behind with $6.1 million in deals, which is up 29%.
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