NFT Update: Starbucks collection fails to sell out; CryptoPunk on show at Centre Pompidou; plus 300 ETH Bored Ape sale
1 min read · 21 Apr 2023
Larva Labs, CryptoPunk #110, on show at Paris' Centre Pompidou.
Starbucks failed to sell out its most recent NFT collection, with only 4,579 sold out of 5,000 available.
Larva Labs’ CryptoPunk #110 is on show at Paris’ Centre Pompidou until January 2024, as part of its “Policies of the Immaterial: From Certificate to Blockchain” exhibition.
The IP of the Solana Monkey Business NFT collection has been acquired by MonkeDAO from its previous owner Hadeswap in a $2m deal.
The mint of highly anticipated Solana-based NFT collection Madlads has been postponed after it suffered a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack.
Marvel founder David Maisel has launched a new digital art collection, Ekos Genesis.
Comic series Tintin has released its first NFT collection.
Art Blocks Curated Project ‘Still Moving’ by Nathaniel Stern and Sasha Stiles will drop next Wednesday at 12PM CT.
The Top 5 NFT Sales over the past week were Bored Ape Yacht Club #5230 for 300 ETH ($582k), CryptoPunk #6166 for 215 ETH ($418k), CryptoPunk #2356 for 183 ETH ($380k), Azuki #6954 for 171 ETH ($358k), and Azuki #1747 for 161 ETH ($340k).
The Top 5 NFT Collections over the past week were Bored Ape Yacht Club with $40.7m (-35%), CryptoPunks with $35.9m (-53%), Mutant Ape Yacht Club with $35.7m (+97%), Azuki with $23m (-14%), and BEANZ with $8.8m (+20%).
The Top 5 NFT Marketplaces by Volume over the past week were Blur with $207.8m (-9%), OpenSea with $61.9m (-11%), X2Y2 with $10.7m (+7%), Immutable X Marketplace with $6.8m (+22%), and LooksRare with $1.3m (-44%).
The Total Crypto Market Capitalisation is $1.23t, a 7.5% decrease over the past week.