Azuki ranks first with almost $2 million in 24-hour sales. There were forty-one buyers and 107 sellers responsible for the sales. Each of the top five NFT collections is based on Ethereum. The 24-hour sales volume of Ethereum-based non-fungible tokens surpassed $16.5 million, a 29% increase from the previous day.
You should be aware that I consider me to be a “chain detective.” ZachXBT raised alarm after reading the Azuki founder’s blog post and accused Zagabond of “rugging” on past initiatives. A rug pull occurs when the founder of an NFT project makes a grandiose statement, only to abandon the project (with the funds) after the ICO. Concerned by the Azuki founder’s blog entry, self-proclaimed “chain investigator” ZachXBT accused Zagabond of “rugging” on previous ventures. A rug pull occurs when the founder of an NFT project makes a grandiose statement, only to abandon the project (with the funds) after the ICO.
Azuki is leading the 24H charts with over $2M in sales. The sales came from 41 buyers and 107 sellers.— NFTgators 🐊 (@NFTgators) December 7, 2022
– All of the top 5 NFT collections are Ethereum based.
– Ethereum NFTs saw over $16.5M in 24H NFT sales, a 29% rise.
Data by @cryptoslamio. pic.twitter.com/bd6hoKNRhU
Chiru Labs, a firm founded by artists and engineers in Los Angeles, has created a set of NFTs known as Azuki. Each of these digital identities is a key to The Garden’s virtual doors since it is an online social club.
The unique visual design of Azuki secured its quick appeal. Along with Bored Ape Yacht Club and CryptoPunks, it became one of the most popular NFT collections within four months of its release. However, Azuki has issued warnings, such as the founder’s history of abandoned initiatives. Everything you need to know about this classification is provided here.