This week a new NFT collection called Moonbirds has surpassed sales such as the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC), and Cryptopunks.
Reporting from Bitcoin.com, written on Saturday (4/30/2022), traders just started trading 10,000 NFT Moonbirds five days ago and have since earned USD 364.83 million in sales volume.
Moonbirds is the top NFT collection this week in terms of overall sales over dozens of unique collections. In fact, Moonbirds sales represented approximately 37.85 percent of the total USD 963.8 million NFT sales recorded during the week.
Moonbirds became popular because the collection was supported by the Proof Collective, a group of renowned NFT collectors. Its members include investor Gary Vaynerchuk and the popular NFT artist known as Beeple.
The Proof Collective website notes it is a “private member-only collective of 1,000 dedicated NFT collectors and artists.” To join the Proof Collective, the membership fee has a base price of around 108 ethereum (ETH).
Proof Collective was created by Justin Mezell, Kevin Rose, and Ryan Carson. After the Moonbirds public minting finished, the NFT collection has seen a huge number of sales as it holds the largest sales volume on OpenSea this week.
Out of 14,723 deals, Moonbirds has seen 11,170 buyers in the last five days. NFT Moonbirds is not a cheap NF because three of their collections made it into the top five most expensive NFT sales this week.
Statistics from cryptoslam.io show Moonbird #2819 selling for 182.44 Ether or USD 562 thousand (Rp 8.1 billion). Moonbird #1210 sold for the exact same price and Moonbird #8249 sold for 175 Ether or USD 547 thousand.
Metrics show Moonbirds has approximately 6,512 owners. The base value of this pixelated bird collection also rose 61.1 percent over the past 24 hours surging to 33 Ether.
NFT Moonbirds has recorded 15,711.94 Ether or USD 48.1 million in 24-hour trading volume. The 10,000 individual Moonbirds collectively have a market cap of around 330,000 Ether or over USD 1 billion.
Get to know ONIT Crypto, Owned by the ONBUFF NFT Marketplace Platform
Previously, ONBUFF was an Intellectual Property (IP) platform powered by blockchain technology. Onbuff is designed to run all IP business processes effectively, from value assessment and registration to completion, starting with SNK’s IP in a fast and transparent manner.
Reporting from Coinmarketcap, written Friday (29/4/2022), ONBUFF also describes itself as an NFT market. The ONBUFF platform is IP-NFT using the main IP through various global partnerships. Offers NFT Marketplace where NFT can be purchased using spot products.
ONBUFF uses blockchain technology to increase Intellectual Property (IP) business transparency and lower barriers to entry for IP use. IP-owning companies will be able to expand their IP customers globally. Businesses seeking IP will also be able to do so efficiently and economically.
This will lead to the creation of added value where all IP-owned companies and IP users, as well as gamers can coexist in a winning ecosystem.
The ONIT coin is the native token of the ONBUFF platform. Used for buying and selling transactions in the NFT ONBUFF marketplace and for clearing transaction fees.
ONBUFF Coin (ONIT) Price
Based on Coinmarketcap data, Thursday, April 28, 2022, the price of ONIT is $0,14 with a 24-hour trading volume of $17,005,11.37.
ONIT is up 1.61 percent in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Coinmarketcap’s current rating is 594 with a market capitalization of $39,595,595.95. Until now, there has been a supply circulation of 274,890,433 ONIT from a maximum supply of 789,885,600 ONIT.