Fantasy Top leads daily NFT sales

by Jonathan Adams
NFT infrastructure

The leading Blast collection had a total of 7,467 transactions conducted by 2,246 unique buyers and 2,749 sellers

The Fantasy Top collection soared to the top of CryptoSlam’s daily NFT sales chart on Wednesday posting more than $1 million for the first time this week.

The leading Blast collection had a total of 7,467 transactions conducted by 2,246 unique buyers and 2,749 sellers.

However, the Ethereum blockchain outperformed other platforms on the same day, with sales hitting $6.25 million, a 22.3% decline from the previous day’s $8.15 million.

Returning to the NFT rankings, Bitcoin’s NodeMonkes collection claimed the second rank with sales of $908,671, rising from the previous day’s $571,992.

NodeMonkes currently stands at the 26th rank in CryptoSlam’s all-time rankings with a historic sales total of $224.5 million. It is around $2.5 million away from flipping Crabada.

The third-ranking collection for the day was Mocaverse on the Ethereum chain, with sales totalling $830,873, a rise from the previous day’s $193,042.

Mocaverse on Wednesday unveiled additional information for its upcoming airdrops tied to its non-fungible tokens.

DMarket from Mythos took the fourth rank with daily sales of $711,025, despite a marginal decline from the previous day’s $734,617. The collection saw a high volume of transactions, with 28,120 conducted by 3,635 unique buyers and 3,231 sellers.

Solana’s Mad Lads and Ethereum’s The Captainz followed closely, ranking fifth and sixth respectively.

Mad Lads recorded sales of $613,391 with 50 transactions, while The Captainz garnered $567,277 from 50 transactions as well.

The Bored Ape Yacht Club, a frequently featured collection in CryptoSlam’s daily NFT charts, ranked seventh with sales of $530,359 from only 11 transactions, suggesting high-value assets within the collection.

Immutable’s Guild of Guardians Avatars, Polygon’s SKGirl, and Bitcoin’s SOL BRC-20 NFTs rounded out the top ten, with sales of $514,252, $301,171, and $209,525 respectively.

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