NFT Update: $688k Fidenza sale; Bitcoin takes second spot for NFTs; plus Ledger delays key recovery service
1 min read · 23 May 2023
Tyler Hobbs, 'Fidenza #971', courtesy of the artist.
Art Blocks Curated project ‘Human Unreadable’ by Operator drops this Wednesday at 6PM BST.
Bitcoin is the second largest blockchain by NFT Sales Volume over the last 30 days with $169m, according to data from CryptoSlam.
Hardware wallet maker Ledger is delaying the release of its key-recovery service after strong criticism from the crypto community.
Web3 app development platform Sort has raised $3.5m in a seed funding round.
Fidenza #971 sold for 370 ETH ($688k) yesterday.
The Top 3 NFT Sales over the past 24 hours were Fidenza #971 for 370 ETH ($688k), CryptoPunk #4680 for 174 ETH ($316k), and Fidenza #590 for 65 ETH ($118k).
The Top 3 NFT Collections by Volume over the past 24 hours were Mutant Ape Yacht Club for $3.5m (-57%), Milady Maker with $3.5m (+17%), and CryptoPunks with $3.4m (+57%).
The Top 3 NFT Marketplaces by Volume over the past 24 hours were Blur with $19.3m (-5%), OpenSea with $7.3m (+15%), and Immutable X Marketplaces with $934k (+2%).
The Total Crypto Market Capitalisation is $1.19t, a 1.3% increase over the past 24 hours.