NFT weekly statistics
NFT: a closer look (March 5–11)
I week ago I decided to start tracking all the hype around NFT. For this purpose, I start to weekly monitor the top 100 positions on opensea.com.
I collected statistics in collectables and art categories from the 5th of March to the 11th of March. At first, let’s look at the collectibles category.
- 32 or roughly a third of the top 100 collectibles left the group during a week.
- The total capitalization of the top 100 has decreased by 28% (ETH) from 1 294 310 to 926 852. The total supply has increased by 1,32%.
- During the week 2 collectibles left the top 10: EulerBeats (https://opensea.io/collection/eulerbeats) and Mirandus (https://opensea.io/assets/mirandus). Instead two new entered: Aavegotchi Wearable Vouchers (https://opensea.io/assets/aavegotchi-wearable-vouchers) and Waifusion (https://opensea.io/assets/waifusion).
- Number of owners of the top 100 has increased by 3,39% from 321 777 to 332 687. Since number of owners increased more than supply, the average concentration of NFTs slight decreased by 2% from 8,53 to 8,36 NFT/owner.
- 35 of the top 100 arts left the group during a week.
- The total capitalization of the top 100 has increased by 3,89% (ETH) from 897 408 to 932 303 while the total supply has increased by 9,42% leading to the drop of average price by 5%.
- The hype around NFT has led to the rapid increase of owners by 21,56% from 30 309 to 36 845.
- 3 new largest NFTs which entered the space of the top 100 arts are KINGS OF LEON x YELLOWHEART NFTS (https://opensea.io/assets/kings-of-leon-yellowheart-nfts), BASTARD GAN PUNKS V2 (https://opensea.io/assets/bastard-gan-punks-v2) and Hashrunes (https://opensea.io/assets/hashrunes).
The space of NFT continues to be volatile and prone to strange price fluctuations which I attribute to pump selling (transactions between sister accounts to mimic the increase in popularity). Let’s see what will happen next week.
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