Moonbirds is the Talk of The NFT Space
Moonbirds’ floor price has quickly risen to 18.45 ETH after selling for a mint price of 2.5 ETH on Saturday. The coin’s mint price was 2.5 ETH on Saturday. Within four days of its inception, the newly established Ethereum-based “Moonbirds” nonfungible token (NFT) project has soared to the top of the trading volume rankings, having generated $290 million in sales.
Each NFT is made up of 10,000 computer-generated pixel owl avatar NFTs that were quickly sold out on Saturday for a mint price of 2.5 Ether (ETH) per NFT, which is approximately $7,700 at the time of writing.
There are 10,000 total NFTs available in total, all of which were sold out on Saturday for a mint price of 2.5 Ether (ETH) per NFT, which is approximately $7,700 at the time of writing.
The floor price, also known as the minimum average selling price, has skyrocketed in recent months on secondary markets, with OpenSea presently trading for a whopping 18.45 ETH or $56,800 at the time of publication.
Moonbirds Record Sales Chart
According to CryptoSlam’s statistics, the initiative has earned more than $289.9 million in secondary sales, which includes both mint sales and secondary sales of cryptocurrencies. According to the data, the project is the best-selling NFT collection during the last seven and thirty days, as well as the second best-selling collection over the past 24 hours.
— Fallon.eth (@jimmyfallon) April 19, 2022
When looking at the 30-day chart, the difference in volume is striking, with “Moonbirds'” NFT sales numbers a startling 52 percent ahead of second-placed “Azuki” with her $189.3 million in volume, and 76 percent ahead of the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), which had $164.6 million in volume. Additionally, according to DappRadar, the NFT collection “Moonbirds” #7963 sold for 135 ETH, or $410,000 at the time of writing, making it the ninth most valuable transaction among all NFT collections over the last week.
As with the BAYC, the “Moonbirds” project is embarking on a similar path by launching utility-focused NFTs that grant holders access to a private ecosystem and membership club. On the basis of the project’s roadmap, hodlers will be granted preferential access to future drops, as well as participation in a membership club, merchandising, and early access to a future metaverse platform known as “Project Highrise.”
PROOF Collection and NFT Projects
Founded by the PROOF Collective, which is currently working on various NFT projects and also serves as an exclusive social club for the 1,000 holders of “PROOF Collective” NFTs, the “Moonbirds” NFT collection is named after the constellation of the moonbirds. The stunning debut of the “Moonbirds” seems to have been made possible by investors who have substantially backed the founding members of the PROOF Collective, which includes digital entrepreneur and Digg founder Kevin Rose, as well as Web3 investors Justin Mezzell and Ryan, as well as others.
On Twitter, “Cryptolocity,” an NFT collector who goes by the handle “Cryptolocity,” highlighted Rose’s project yesterday, noting that they backed it because of his strong reputation and connections in the Web2 and Web3 worlds, as well as his NFT-focused podcast, which has “contained some of the most life-changing ‘alpha,'” in the words of one of Rose’s listeners. A collectible has an eye-watering starting price of 91 ETH, which is equivalent to $278,800 at the time of writing.
2/ First, the major reason why this project has seen such success is the people behind it all: Kevin Rose @kevinrose and his team Ryan Carson @ryancarson Justin Mezzell @JustinMezzell are very well known figure in the Web 2 and Web 3 world and are the ones spearheading it all
— Cryptolocity (@Cryptolocity) April 17, 2022