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The number of recorded non-fungible token (NFT) sales during the last 30 days consisted of roughly 362,374 sales. During the past 30 days, the leading NFT marketplace Opensea processed $2.39 billion, up 22.88% since last month. Decentraland volume jumped 192% since last month reaching more than $28 million in sales.

NFT and Metaverse Steam Continues With Big Volume and Expensive Collectibles

During the last month of the year, the metaverse and non-fungible token (NFT) hype has continued to remain strong. Over the last week, Decentraland and The Sandbox processed a significant amount of sales.

Seven-day metrics indicate The Sandbox saw $19.3 million in sales while Decentraland did $6.6 million. 30-day stats show Decentraland’s $28 million in sales pushed it up closed to 200% more than last month.

30 Day NFT Sales Continue to Run Hot With Punks and Apes, Metaverse Trade Volume Skyrockets
Opensea saw $2.39 billion in 30-day sales.

While Opensea sales spiked 22.88% this past month, Solana’s Magic Eden marketplace saw $148.86 million in monthly sales, up 86.9%. Superrare’s $26 million in 30 day sales pushed it up 15% since last month.

The Wax blockchain NFT marketplace Atomicmarket had $38.96 million in sales which is down 73%. Rarible’s NFT market sales dropped 4.5% last month with $18.27 million in sales recorded. Foundation saw $10.38 million in monthly sales (down 11.94%) and Aavegotchi had $5.78 million in sales (down 35%).

30 Day NFT Sales Continue to Run Hot With Punks and Apes, Metaverse Trade Volume Skyrockets

Despite the discussions online concerning Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFT floor prices jumping just above Cryptopunk (CP) NFT floor values, the biggest sale this month was Cryptopunk #4156 sold two weeks ago for 2.5K ETH or $10.35 million at the time of sale.

30 Day NFT Sales Continue to Run Hot With Punks and Apes, Metaverse Trade Volume Skyrockets
The most expensive NFT sold last month according to dappradar.com stats.

Moreover, the sixth-largest sale this past month was ​​Cryptopunk #9953 which sold for 399.69 ETH or $1.57 million. While CP floor prices are just above BAYC floor value, they are roughly the same at 52 to 53.5 ether per NFT. CP’s daily media price is higher (56 ETH) than BAYC’s daily median value (55 ETH) at the time of writing.

The most expensive BAYC sold this past month was Bored Ape Yacht Club #9452 which sold for $1.42 million or 347 ether. Furthermore, Bored Ape Yacht Club #9449 sold for 285 ether or $1.17 million four weeks ago.

While five CPs made the top 15 most expensive NFT sales this month, only two BAYCs made it into the top 15 rankings. Another notable sale during the last 30 days was the Axie Infinity #1157920892 purchase for 550 ETH or $2.33 million. The top 15 NFT sales in the last 30 days captured $41.56 million.

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the News Lead at Bitcoin.com News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 5,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.




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