While the crypto economy has dropped considerably in value during the last few weeks, seven-day statistics indicate non-fungible token (NFT) sales are down 17.32% lower than last week. Data also shows NFT floor values have tumbled a great deal during the past month as some of the most popular NFTs are selling for a lot less these days.
Last week a great number of blue-chip NFT collections saw floor values drop and today the values are much lower. Moreover, a few popular NFT collections reached all-time highs in terms of floor values just 34 days ago, and current statistics show they now sell for a lot less.
On that same day, Bored Ape Yacht Club’s (BAYC) floor value was approximately 123 ETH or $362K using ether exchange rates that day. The least expensive Cryptopunks NFT had a price tag of around 59 ether on April 23, which was around $174K back then.
Today, the Proof Collective NFT collection has a floor value of around 75 ether, and using ETH values recorded on May 27, the least expensive Proof Collective NFT today is selling for $130K. The floor value of the BAYC collection is $153K on Friday or 87.98 ETH and Cryptopunks’ NFT floor is 46.5 ETH or $80K.
34 days ago, Bored Ape Chemistry Club NFTs had a floor of around 45 ether and today, the lowest value is 39.5 ether. Similarly, Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC) NFTs had a floor value of 33 ETH a month ago and today the lowest is 17.2 ether.
In addition to the top three most expensive NFT collections in terms of floor value, non-fungible token collections like Clonex, Doodles, Azuki, Veefriends, Bored Ape Kennel Club, and more have all seen floor values drop much lower than the values recorded 34 days ago on April 23.
What do you think about the NFT sales dropping and blue-chip NFT collections seeing their floor values drop lower? How do you envision the NFT industry faring in a crypto bear market? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.