- Goblin Town NFT has flipped BAYC to become the top collection.
- The project has recorded a sales volume of around $8.5 million over the past day.
- Its floor price has also seen a sharp increase, reaching ETH 1.94.
The creature-themed Goblin Town non-fungible tokens (NFT) project has flipped the well-known NFT project Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) to become the top collection in terms of sales volume over the past 24 hours.
According to CryptoSlam, the project has recorded a sales volume of around $8.5 million over the past day, which is up by about 1000% from the day before.
In comparison to this, the BAYC collection saw a 24-hour trading volume of just over $2.8 million. This is approximately three times less than the Goblin Town project. This puts Goblin Town at the top of the sales volume list with the BAYC collection taking the second spot.
The Goblin Town project’s floor has also seen a sharp increase, reaching ETH 1.94 ($3,535). This is a 244% increase from the previous day.
In addition to this, the project has succeeded in attracting 1,949 new buyers over the past day, which is a 336% increase from the day before.
The Goblin Town NFT project consists of a collection of 10,000 NFTs, featuring creatures like trolls, dragons, wizards, and even mosquitoes. The creators of the project remain “unboxxed,” which means that no one knows who they are.
The domain for the project was registered a mere 13 days ago, and it allows investors to mint a free goblin.
The collection is also classified as CCO (creative commons zero), which means that the owner of the NFT can commercialize the NFT in any way they want.
Unfortunately, some in the crypto space are not impressed with the collection. Eric Conner, a product researcher at Gnosis, went as far as to say that anyone who buys one of their NFTs is an “idiot.”