Top 10 NFTs on OpenSea by Sales Volume – 4th April, 2022

The NFT market continued its streak of high sales volume on OpenSea, an NFT marketplace for buying and selling NFT items.
Let’s look at the top 10 NFT projects of the past week.

1. Azuki: $93.5 million, +106.5%

Azuki is a collection of 10,000 avatars that gives members access to The Garden, a corner on the internet where artists, builders and Web3 enthusiasts meet to create a decentralised future.

It is the second consecutive week where the NFT project topped the list with a floor price of 27.8 ETH and a sales volume of 174.4K.

2. World of Women Galaxy: $53.2 million, -132.9%

Created and illustrated by Yam Karkai, WoW Galaxy is the second collection from World of Women, consisting of 22222 NFTs.
It came second on the top ten list this week with a floor price of 1.45 ETH and a sales volume of 21.9K.

3. Bored Ape Yacht Club: $45.4 million, -16.6%

Bored Ape Yacht Club is a collection of 10,000 Bored Ape NFTs built on the Ethereum blockchain.

Each NFT also doubles up as a BAYC membership card granting access to exclusive benefits, including a collaborative graffiti board.

This week BAYC moved down from the 2nd position to the third with a floor price of 110.9 ETH and a sales volume of 482.3K.

4. Something: $44.4 million, N/A

Coming fourth on the list, Something was a new entry in the top ten list this week.

5. Impostors Genesis Aliens: $34.4 million, N/A

Impostors Genesis Aliens contains some of the most scarce and critical NFTs in the impostor metaverse.

The holders of this NFT possess early access to the most pivotal element in the metaverse and a significant play-and-earn advantage.
The project is a newcomer on the list with a floor price of 0.5 ETH and a sales volume of 0.20.

6. Mutant Ape Yacht Club: $34.4 million, -15.2%

Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC) is a collection of up to 20,000 Mutant Apes, similar to the original BAYC but with a mutant theme.

It ranked sixth this week with a floor price of 24.7 ETH and a sales volume of 302.5K.

7. Kiwami: $32.4 million, +1078.6%

Kiwami is a collection of 10,000 NFTs comprising hundreds of unique visual traits designed by an anonymous Japanese team of Street Art mavericks.

It is the second new entry of the week at the seventh position. Its current floor price is 0.836 ETH.

8. Arcade Land: $23.3 million, N/A

Arcade Land is a collection of 10,000 plots of digital land. Each of which makes up the entire Arcade metaverse.

The project joined the top 10 list with a floor price of 0.6 89ETH and a sales volume of 6.6K.

9. CloneX: $19.1 million, +45.7%

CloneX is a collection from RTFKT, a digital sneaker company acquired by Nike Inc.

It came at the ninth spot on the list with a floor price of 20.5 ETH and a sales volume of 165.1K.

10. Crabada: $15.1 million, +0.8%

Crabada is a play-to-earn NFT game built on the Avalanche blockchain. The game lets players re-discover the prosperous ancient Crabada kingdom once ruled by Crustaco, the King of Crabada.

The players can also mine, loot, breed and expand their forces. It came at the 10th spot on the list this week with a floor price of 0.015 ETH.
Outside of the top 10 list were Zombie Token Club, Cyber Brokers, Gutter Cat Juice and Invisible Friends, all of which saw a 99% or more increase in sales volume.
Solana Monkey Business (a top Solana NFT) came in the 20th position and experienced a significant increase in sales volume. The NFT will be making its debut on OpenSea this month.
At the 30th position was Axie Infinity, one of the most popular NFT collections by all-time sales volume. The project witnessed a dip of 41.7% in sales volume after experiencing a network hack that paused some activity within the marketplace.

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