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NFT sales volume has increased in the last week, owing mostly to Moonbirds

The sales of NFTs rose by 23.56 percent in the last week, totaling $945.2 million on 15 different blockchains. Moonbirds, a specific NFT collection, played a big role in the rise in NFT sales over the last seven days.

NFT sales volume fell last month, and several businesses lost money, including Flow blockchain, which saw a $165 million drop in sales year-over-year. A lot of people wondered if the drop in total NFT sales would hurt the business and scare away investors from the company. This doesn’t seem to be the case.

The amount of NFT sales went up a lot last week. During the last week, sales of NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain went up by 29%. In addition, sales of Binance Smart Chain (BSC) non-fungible tokens (NFT) rose by 39.95 percent in the last seven days. In addition, Fantom’s sales volumes rose by 31.05 percent.

According to’s seven-day stats, $982.2 million was sold today. Moonbirds, a collection that shocked the NFT world when it reached 35 ETH in less than ten days, had a big impact on the sales of NFTs.

Moonbirds made about $162,329,749 this week, with 1,252 customers and 1,744 sales. One Moonbirds sale, Moonbirds #2642, sold for 350 ETH, or more than $1 million, on Opensea at the time.

A second thing that almost broke the $1 million mark this year were two Moonbirds that were sold this year. #3904 sold for $902K, while #5602 sold for $885K. There were a lot of Moonbirds sold this week. They made up 11 of the top 25 most expensive NFTs sold.

About Tiffany Ellis

She is a smiley curious writer from the USA. She loves Cryptocurrencies, Arts an also NFTs.

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