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NFT Records Over $342 Million Trading Volume in February

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by Isaac Danso · 2 min read
NFT Records Over $342 Million Trading Volume in February
Photo: beeple / Twitter

Generally, NFTs are on the right path of attracting more traders, taking the non-fungible token collectibles markets to the sky.

NFT is having a great year, recording massive sales with its numerous digital collectibles. NFTs have a big collection of palpable and abstract items that carry their uniqueness and on-chain look. The non-fungible token is essentially based on Ethereum (ETH) and has a booming market with sports collectibles, trading cards, art collectibles and even digital kick collectibles. Recent trading data shows that NFT marketplaces have had an incredible year so far, with February being the most explosive month for NFT markets. The crypto-based digital collectibles are gradually obtaining unstoppable marketplaces.

NFT markets saw a unified trading volume of about 342 million dollars by the end of February. NBA Top Shot platform’s newest addition “Moment” becomes the lead site for NFT, making over 230 million dollars from trading digital collectibles of NBA highlights and achieving over 37 million dollars in trades in just over 24 hours.

Unsurprisingly, the excitement and interest in NFT digital collectibles keep increasing among active users and even famous personalities.
Many collectors have expressed their opinion in people going for digital collectibles for the sense of ownership and provenance.

One can ask why people will purchase, for instance, short videos of James Harden’s game or a top 10 dunk video of LeBron James when these videos can easily be downloaded from the web for free.

As per reports, some prominent collectors believe that the digital collectibles’ idea to be owned by a single person as part of the digital assets’ character is why people go for it. They also believe people admire originality and personally want control of things to use it anyhow they want.

Explicitly, there is no doubt that digital collectibles will keep up with the high sales as NFT made incredible trade records.

One user brought a LeBron James dunk video for 208,000 dollars on the NBA Top Shot platform. The crypto-based game Axie Infinity recorded a big sale of over 1.5 million dollars with nine in-game land plots. The Cryptopunks limited-edition market made over 79 million dollars while Hashmasks surged to 33 million dollars.

Through NFT collectibles sales, digital artist Beeple gained over 3 million dollars in just one weekend. And over 6 million dollars also bagged with just a single sale of the Nifty Gateway’s “Crossroads”.

Generally, NFTs are on the right path of attracting more traders, taking the non-fungible token collectibles markets to the sky.

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Isaac Danso
Author Isaac Danso

Experienced Writer with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services and the technology industry.

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