Top NFT Collections Analysis
Ranking the Top NFT collections according to the Sales made in the last 24 hours, Alien Worlds is at the top with 3.4K sales & shows a dip of -17.6%. Gnome Series is a bearish runner-up, with 1.4K Sales & a -23.59% decrease compared to the previous period. Then there’s Ethereum Name Service (ENS) in third place, with 300 Sales.
Sorting the Top NFT collections by User Count in the 7-day period, you’ll see that Alien Worlds is in the first place with a 259.68% spike, while Ethereum Name Service (ENS) with 1.7K Users and Gnome Series with 1.2K Users take the second and third place, respectively.
Applying the filter of Volume, showcases that in the last 30 days, Ethereum Name Service (ENS) had the largest bearish Volume of $25.9M, decreasing by -89.33%. CryptoPunks are following behind with a Volume of $22.5M. Then, you have The Sandbox in third place, with $4.4M in volume, which has grown by 10.15%.
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What are the most popular NFT collections of the past 24 hours?
The most popular NFT collection of the past 24 hours is Alien Worlds - it has 3.4K sales, 910 different users, and a volume of $16.4K. The follow-up to this collection is Ethereum Name Service (ENS), with 300 sales, 226 users, and a volume of $144.8K. Lastly, The Gnome Series is in third place, scoring 1.4K sales, 340 users, and $277.34 volume. These NFT collections can be found on different NFT marketplaces.
What sort of information can I learn about each of the different NFT collections?
With the help of the Crypto Tracker tool, you can learn a lot of valuable information about the different NFT collections that might interest you. You may check the protocol on which the collection is based, the sale and user counts, volume, market overviews, and general collection activity. Additionally, you can also check any dApps that might be associated with the collection, as well.
Can I track only the top NFT collections with the BDG Crypto Tracker tool?
No. If you’d like to, you are perfectly able to track the least-performing NFT collections, no matter if it’s by volume, user count, or sales. Doing so, you might be able to find some rising stars, or some completely new NFT collections that have just popped up on the radar.
What is the point of tracking NFTs?
The Crypto Tracker tool provides users with a lot of valuable information about the wide variety of NFTs on the market. You may choose to track the best-performers, some completely unknown non-fungible token collections, or even specific NFT marketplaces, too. This information could later be used to aid you in making some successful decisions!
How can I find out more information about an NFT that interests me?
If you’ve come across an NFT or NFT collection that you’ve grown fond of, you can simply click on it, and you’ll be directed to a page displaying more information about the selected token. If it’s an entire collection that you’re interested in, you’ll be able to read more about it on a dedicated page of the BDG Crypto Tracker, and then visit the actual collection, if you’d like to.
Does the price of an NFT determine its popularity?
It’s one of the factors, but definitely not the determining one! Taking a single look at the Crypto Tracker tool, you’ll notice that there are other important metrics that help determine the popularity of an NFT, or an NFT collection. Things such as user count, volume and number of sales are definitely some of the more important factors to consider!