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Cryptopunks Climb Past Bored Ape NFT Floor Values Amid Crypto Market Carnage

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During the last five days, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) stemming from the Cryptopunks NFT collection have surpassed Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFTs in terms of floor value. Statistics over the last ten days show the floor value of Cryptopunks NFTs remained above the 60 ether zone, while BAYC-based NFT floor values dropped below the 60 ether range.

Cryptopunk Floor Values Race Ahead of Bored Ape NFTs

Statistics recorded on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022, indicate that Cryptopunks NFTs are now more valuable than Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFTs, as far as floor values are concerned. At 8:00 p.m. (ET) on Tuesday, the lowest-valued Cryptopunk is around 66.50 ether which equates to 83,027 nominal U.S. dollars.

At the same time, BAYC’s current floor value is 58.50 ETH, which equates to $73,039 using current ethereum (ETH) exchange rates. Ten days ago, BAYC’s floor value on Nov. 5, 2022, was around 78 ether according to nftpricefloor.com stats saved to archive.org.

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Furthermore, on the same day, the Cryptopunks NFT floor was 66.70 ether but on Nov. 5, ETH was changing hands for $1,650 per unit. Ten days later, ethereum’s USD value per unit is $1,253 or more than 24% lower on Nov. 15.

In early August 2021, the floor value of Cryptopunks surpassed BAYC’s floor value up until the first week of January 2022. Minus a few brief occasions and this week’s instance, BAYC’s floor value has been higher than Cryptopunks for most of 2022.

Bitcoin.com News reported on the Cryptopunks temporarily scaling past BAYC’s floor on Aug. 21, 2022. At that time, NFT floor values from both collections were above the 64 ether range, and ETH was trading for roughly $1,610 per unit.

This week’s NFT sales across the board are down 24% from last week’s NFT sales. $114.81 million in NFTs were sold this week, with the BAYC collection commanding the number one position in terms of the most sales.

Out of 88 total transactions, $6,443,320 in BAYC sales were recorded during the past seven days, according to cryptoslam.io stats. Cryptopunks held this past week’s third position in terms of sales with $1,057,812 in sales across 12 total transactions.

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Both blue-chip NFT collections represented 8.51% of Ethereum’s total $88.10 million in sales during the last seven days. BAYC’s all-time sales equate to $2.50 billion in sales, while Cryptopunks has amassed $2.42 billion in sales.

Today, Cryptopunks and BAYC NFTs still lead the pack when it comes to the most expensive floor values in the NFT realm. Notable floor price contenders this week include the Where My Vans Go NFTs, QQL Mint Pass, Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC), Azuki, and DigiDaigaku NFTs.

On Tuesday evening (ET), Cryptopunks has an overall market valuation of around 665,000 ether ($837.52M) based on the current floor price. BAYC NFTs, on the other hand, have a market cap estimated to be around 579,000 ether or $729.18 million.

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Blue Chip NFTs 101 – Azuki, A New Kind Of Brand For The Future… And A Scandal

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Blue Chip NFTs 101 – Azuki, A New Kind Of Brand For The Future… And A Scandal

The idea behind Azuki is phenomenal. To mix NFT culture with anime-style drawings, with a global community working together behind the scenes as a kicker. Azuki defines itself as a “decentralized brand for the metaverse.” This brand’s main product is a collection of 10K anime-style avatars in NFT form. The collection is also called Azuki and at inception was one of the NFT space’s biggest success stories… 

… until admissions and revelations by one of the project’s creators cast a shadow on Azuki as a whole. 

Let’s review the project’s history, its characteristics, and the interview that changed it all.

Azuki’s Origin Story

The project exists since January 12th, 2022. The team behind Azuki is Chiru Labs, their slogan is “Born in Los Angeles. Building for the metaverse.” Most of the members use pseudonyms and keep their identities private. A few use their real name, like Azuki’s co-creator and illustrator Arnold Tsang from Toronto, Canada. He’s well-know for his participation in “Overwatch,” which Wikipedia describes as “a 2016 team-based multiplayer first-person shooter game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.”

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The community’s support is a key part of the project. On Azuki’s website, they use slogans like “A new kind of brand that we build together” and “A brand for the metaverse. By the community.” Ownership of one of the 10K Azuki NFTs gives the user access to The Garden. A virtual place Azuki promises “starts with exclusive streetwear collabs, NFT drops, live events, and much more that will be revealed over time.”

Azuki is a digital brand. A “decentralized brand of the future.”

At first, it seemed like the NFT collection was going to propel them to instant classic status. The initial success made their name recognizable and sent the collection’s floor price to double digits. At one point, it reached a maximum of 22 ETH. Nowadays, the floor price at Opensea is 7.4 ETH, what happened? Whatever the reason, the Azuki collection gets around. It has moved a total volume of 260.2K ETH so far.

We Need A Little… Controversy

The turning point for Azuki was a Twitter Space’s conversation, of all things. On May 10th, crypto influencer Andrew Wang interviewed Zagabond, one of Azuki’s founders, who just like that revealed that he was part of a few NFT projects that didn’t end well. It almost sounded like they were rug pulls, and people freaked out accordingly. The collection’s floor price started falling and it hasn’t recovered yet. 

It was a mystery at first, but according to Cryptoslate, the projects Zagabond was involved with were:

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  • CryptoPhunks, the original CryptoPunk copycat collection. The first collection to receive a DMCA takedown from Larva Labs. Because of that, the CryptoPhunks were delisted from OpenSea. Zagabond abandoned/ transfered the project to all the holders in July, 2021.
  • Tendies, a project that failed to capture the NFT culture’s imagination and shut down in the middle of the minting process. 
  • CryptoZunks, a collection that defines itself as “the first Punks to be generated on-chain with randomized attributes. Each Zunk is guaranteed to be unique from any Punk.” Apparently, it failed because of Ethereum’s expensive gas fees.

According to Cryptoslate, “Like the first two projects, this failed one was also a lesson. Zagabond said these three projects taught him that “blindly following the NFT meta doesn’t get you far.” He claims that all the lessons from these projects are now being applied to make Azuki a success.” None of those claims helped and the collection’s floor price fell downhill. 

The question here is, were these projects rug pulls or simple failures with no bad intentions? 

ETH price chart for 09/08/2022 on Bitfinex | Source: ETH/USD on TradingView.com

Azuki, Built For The Metaverse

The definition of metaverse in Azuki’s site is controversial, to say the least.

“The metaverse today is where we currently spend most of our time: Discord + Twitter. How do we amplify this experience for Azuki members? How do we distribute the brand to places that have the most attention today? More importantly, where will the metaverse be one year+ from now?”

Is simple social media part of the metaverse? How does Azuki not know where the metaverse will be one year from now? Other blue-chip NFT collections are already building their version, laying their chips on the table. Is Azuki too late? Or are Chiru Labs just quietly working on something great? According to the company, they’re exploring the possibility of developing a video game. “Few teams have the experience and background to build a genuinely great game with mass market appeal and scalability. Though the core team has the experience, it’s a huge endeavor nonetheless.”

The Azuki collection is down, but not out. The team seems to have shaken the stink that Zagabond’s revelations brought, but did so in the middle of a bear market in which the whole NFT market is down. Azuki stopped the bleeding. Can Chiru Labs reclaim and even surpass past glories?

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Blue Chip NFTs 101 – Down, Down, To Goblintown. An Unlikely Success Story

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Blue Chip NFTs 101 – Down, Down, To Goblintown. An Unlikely Success Story

Goblintown ‘s rise to the top is one for the books. The Moonbirds came into prominence in a bearish market, but the Goblins took over in the middle of a global recession and the NFTs first winter. How did these misfits do it? Using confusion, misdirection, FOMO, and a great marketing plan that took everyone by surprise. People weren’t sure of what was happening, but they didn’t want to stay out of the party. 

The creators of Goblintown made it easy for them. First of all, the project was a free mint. Second, it uses a Creative Commons Zero license, which means no Copyright and the possibility of commercializing the Goblin drawings as needed. Third, even though the hype was there, they didn’t use influencers, cross promotions, or whitelisting. Maybe because of that, the mint didn’t generate a gas war like many other successful projects.

Goblintown ‘s Unusual Launch

Launched on May 22, 2022, the generative collection runs over the Ethereum blockchain. From the beginning, Goblintown promised, “No roadmap. No Discord. No utility. CC0. Contract wasn’t actually written by goblins.” The other sentence that stands out from Goblintown’s website is: “Don’t be f*cking greedy. That’s how we got ourselves here.” This suggests that the collection serves as a commentary on the NFT market and culture. And that’s not the only clue pointing that way. 

On the slightly negative side, the royalties are a whopping 10% and the creators set aside 1000 NFTs for their other projects’ holders. Considering Goblintown was a free mint, those two factors don’t seem that bad. So far, the main collection has generated 43.9K ETH in total sale volume and has a 3.1 ETH floor price at Opensea. For a moment there, Goblintown was so hot that it flipped the almighty Bored Ape Yacht Club and became the highest-selling collection for a day or two. 

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The Mystery Of Goblintown’s Creators

At first, they thought it was notorious NFT artist Beeple. Then, that the infamous Yuga Labs was behind the project. For a time there, people even believed that the brain and voice behind “Beavis And Butthead” and “King of the Hill,” Mike Judge was Goblintown’s creator. And, since one of the Goblins kind of looks like Snoop Dogg, that rumor circulated too. It made sense because people still believe that Snoop is famed NFT collector Cozomo de’ Medici, even though that story proved to be false.

The only one that came forward and addressed the rumors was Beeple, who tweeted, “insane I have to say this, but I have not joined any shockingly low effort pump and dump projects that will remain nameless.” Later, as the Goblintown project proved its worth, the creator changed his tune and tweeted the piece “The rise and fall of Goblintown” together with the hashtag “#iamthefounder.”

THE RISE AND FALL OF GOBLINTOWN #iamthefounder pic.twitter.com/oHWlm3IduY

— beeple (@beeple) June 5, 2022

However, Beeple was not the founder. Seeing Goblintown’s immense success, the mysterious creators had to doxx themselves. Just in time for the NFT NYC conference, they released a message in which they admitted that Truth Labs was behind the project. The company was behind the mildly successful NFT collections Illuminati Collective and The 187, and struck gold with their third outing.  

On Truth’s website they define themselves as:

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“We are dedicated to sharing delightful blockchain mischief, exploring creatively, developing rich, fun worlds and experiences (both IRL and in the digital realm), and providing a platform for new voices and visions in this space.”

In a strange turn of events, as the creators doxxed themselves, Goblintown’s floor price fell from almost 5 ETH to a little over 3 ETH. 

ETH price chart for 07/16/2022 on Binance | Source: ETH/USD on TradingView.com

The Collection’s Iconography

The Goblintown name comes from The Hobbit, specifically from a J.R.R. Tolkien poem called “Down, Down, To Goblin Town.” That name also suggests that the collection serves as a commentary on the NFT market in the crypto winter. Are there other clues? Several. For example, one goblin like Dj and producer Steve Aoki, who’s a notorious NFT collector. Another one wears a t-shirt that says “Phunks, Zunks, Tendies, Azuki,” a clear reference to Azuki’s creator and all of his rugged previous projects.

Yet another one of the traits is a reference to the infamous Mike Novogratz’s Luna tattoo, and thus a commentary on Terra’s collapse. 

Then we have a goblin with a tattoo saying $LUNA.

This is likely a reference to @terra_money and the $83B collapse of the stablecoin $UST. https://t.co/wn0lliBVY3 pic.twitter.com/D5vj54rqbk

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— tansan.eth — ₜₕₑ bₑₐₙ Gₒbₗᵢₙ (@tansanDOTeth) May 30, 2022

And, what about this image that references a lot of blue chip NFT projects and is titled “Up, Up, To Goblintown.” 

ᵤₚ ᵤₚ ₜₒ gₒbₗᵢₙ ₜₒwₙ pic.twitter.com/zjngNZc1en

— goblintown.wtf (@goblintownwtf) May 22, 2022

And well, speaking about Steve Aoki, he was the Dj at Goblintown’s highly coveted NFT NYC party. There, he premiered the horrible NFT song “Piss On the Dance Floor (Goblintown Anthem).“ You can still buy it at a reasonable price here. And, speaking about NFT NYC, for better or worse, Goblintown managed to be the center of attention throughout the whole conference. 

What a story.

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Monthly NFT Sales Have Dropped Over 65% Lower Than The Month Prior, NFT Google Queries Sink

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Monthly NFT Sales Have Dropped Over 65% Lower Than The Month Prior, NFT Google Queries Sink

Non-fungible token (NFT) sales are down a great deal, as 30-day statistics show NFT sales recorded last month saw just over $4.6 billion settled but today, sales are down 65.43% to $1.59 billion. Furthermore, Google Trends data indicates that interest in NFTs has dropped to the lowest point since the first week of October 2021.

From $4.6 Billion to $1.5 Billion — NFT Sales Slide More Than 65% Lower Than the Month Before

Over the last two years, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have become very popular and a billion-dollar industry in a relatively short period of time. However, in recent times NFT interest and sales have been slashed significantly, and monthly NFT sales metrics show a gradual decline during the past few months.

For example, 30-day NFT sales statistics from the analytics web portal cryptoslam.io reveal that NFT sales have dropped 65.43% since last month. The month prior, $4.6 billion in NFT sales were recorded across 17 different blockchains, but over the last 30 days, only $1.59 billion in NFT sales were settled.

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NFT sales stemming from the Ethereum blockchain were the most dominant, capturing $1.31 billion out of the $1.59 billion settled. However, ETH-based NFT sales are down 67.99% among 250,925 buyers and 1,047,363 transactions.

Many other blockchains have seen massive NFT sales declines over the last 30 days, as Polygon NFT sales dipped 70.86%, Ronin’s non-fungible token sales dropped by 70.26%, Wax blockchain NFT sales saw a decline of around 43.89%, and Avalanche’s non-fungible token sales are down 91.43%.

Palm-based NFT sales are down 60.59%, Cronos has lost 76.09% in non-fungible token sales, and Arbitrum NFT sales have slid 66.74% since last month. The top NFT collection last month in terms of overall sales volume was Otherdeed’s $143,562,582 in sales, but that metric is down 82.25% lower than the month prior.

Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) was the second largest collection in terms of NFT sales with $119 million recorded. But BAYC’s overall NFT sales have dropped 62.44% lower than the month before. Out of the top five, the Azuki and Goblintown NFT collections were the only projects that saw 30-day gains.

Goblintown sales were not recorded the month prior and Azuki sales climbed 31.56% higher. Mutant Ape Yacht Club was also a top-five contender but the $74.5 million in sales are down 76.77% lower than the month before.

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Otherdeed, Bored Apes Dominate Last Month’s Most Expensive NFT Sales — Google Trends Data Shows NFT Interest at Lowest Point Since October 2021

Google Trends (GT) data worldwide indicates that this week the search term “NFT” has slid to its lowest point since the first week of October 2021. Weekly statistics for the week of May 29 through June 4 show the search term “NFT” has dropped down to a score of 23 out of 100. The last time NFT interest was this low, at least according to GT query metrics, was during the week of October 3 through October 9. The search term “NFT” tapped a high score of 100 during the week of January 16 through January 22, 2022, but search interest has been dropping lower ever since that day.

Out of the top-five most expensive NFT sales during the past 30 days, three of the sales stemmed from the Otherdeed collection. The sales include Otherdeed #17,164 which sold for 601 ether or $1.14 million, Otherdeed #66,813 which sold for 303 ether or $776K, and Otherdeed #55,197 which sold for 214 ether or $563K.

Other NFTs included in the most expensive NFT sales during the last month include Ken Hicks (Token ID: 6,908) that sold for 332.52 ether or $849K, and Bored Ape #1,725 which sold for 250 ether or $584K. Out of the top-20 most expensive NFTs sold in 30 days, other collections include Clonex and Ken Hicks, but 18 of the 20 most expensive NFTs sold come from the Otherdeed and BAYC NFT compilations.

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What do you think about the last 30 days of NFT sales declining more than 65% lower from the month prior? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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Jamie Redman is the News Lead at Bitcoin.com News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 5,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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