NFT Update: Top Stories And Data From the Past Week
1 min read · 10 Jul 2023
CryptoPunk #9476, the top NFT sale of the past week.
NFT creator royalty payments hit a two-year low in June, according to data from Nansen.
The floor price of Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs fell below 30 ETH – levels not seen since October 2021.
Over $300m worth of crypto was lost to hacks in Q2 2023, according to data from blockchain security firm CertiK.
Over $765k worth of NFTs were stolen via a phishing link after the Gutter Cat Gang NFT collection had its Twitter account compromised.
OpenSea has added support for Ethereum layer-2 Zora Network.
Tezos-based generative art platform fxhash has added support for Ethereum.
Sotheby’s has launched a new program dedicated to generative art that is powered by Art Blocks Engine.
French luxury fashion house Dior has released a collection of NFTs paired with physical shoes.
Credit Suisse has partnered with the Swiss Football Association to release a collection of NFTs, with the proceeds supporting women’s football in the country.
The Top 5 NFT Sales over the past week were CryptoPunk #9476 for 218 ETH ($405k), Azuki Golden Skateboard Shrine #6 for 135 ETH ($258k), Bored Ape Yacht Club #6083 for 120 ETH ($224k), DeGod #4899 for 90 ETH ($168k), and CryptoPunk #8471 for 80 ETH ($153k).
The Top 5 NFT Collections by Volume over the past week were Bored Ape Yacht Club with $35.3m (+47%), Azuki with $24.4m (-64%), Mutant Ape Yacht Club with $22.2m (-3%), Azuki Elementals with $7.4m (-57%), and DeGods with $6.8m (-13%).
The Top 5 NFT Marketplaces by Volume over the past week were Blur with $104.2m (-48%), OpenSea with $38m (-34%), X2Y2 with $6.3m (+13%), UniSat with $5.3m (+16%), and Immutable X Marketplace with $5.1m (-18%).
The Total Crypto Market Capitalisation is $1.22t, a 3.2% decrease over the past week.