Azuki Is Among Top Sales Volume Gainers Today + More NFT News

Sead Fadilpašić
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Azuki Is Among Top Sales Volume Gainers Today + More NFT News
Source: Dalle-3

Top NFT news today, February 19, 2024: The Azuki collection is among the top performers per sales volume over the past 24 hours, Arcade announces an airdrop, and Yuga Labs acquires Proof.

NFT Market Data

Over the past 24 hours, the non-fungible token (NFT) sales volume is up 23% to $46,077,452.

According to CryptoSlam, the number of buyers is down 2.4%, and the number of sellers is up 2.4%.

Also, the number of transactions is unchanged over the past day.

Meanwhile, Pandora is still in first place per sales volume at $5.4 million, holding its top NFT news position as well.

Among the top ten collections, only one is down and less than 1%. DMarket has decreased 0.33% to $997,040.

The best performers in this group are NodeMonkes and Mutant Ape Yacht Club. The former’s sales volume is up 197% to $922,424, while the latter’s increased 194% to $1.2 million.

Azuki Among Top Gainers Today

The Azuki collection has been among the top performers per sales volume over the past 24 hours.

According to CryptoSlam, its sales volume is up 196% to $230,650. It’s currently ranked #38.

Furthermore, buyers and sellers are up 100% and 120%, respectively, in the same period. The number of transactions increased 140%.

Over the past 30 days, the sales volume has gone down 64% to $5 million. The all-time sales volume is $1.097 billion.

Overall, it has seen a significant decrease in sales volume since its high in May 2022.


Per the OpeanSea marketplace, the collection’s floor price is 6.377 ETH.

Meanwhile, Azuki continues its tour.

Shanghai will welcome Azuki this Thursday. As the website says, this is a community-run event hosted by the Azuki CN Garden community.

It is powered by the Garden Tour Passport. Buying a ticket grants the participant a stamp in their Passport.

Also, the Japan leg of the tour is scheduled for April 15.

Furthermore, the Azuki Winter Trial is now live, Azuki founder Zagabond announced. Holders can participate in PVP mini-games for a chance to win on-chain prizes.

Source: ZAGHBOND / Twitter

Arcade Announces Multi-Chain Airdrop

Ethereum-based, NFT-focused decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Arcade has announced its latest ARCD token airdrop.

The airdrop will take place on February 21. The protocol will distribute 750 ARCD tokens to 4,000 NFT and Bitcoin Ordinals holders.

The blog post stated that Clash of Claims is a PVP airdrop where holders of selected collections enter for a chance to win 3% of the total supply of ARCD.

The event will continue until the total allocation of 3 million ARCD has been fully distributed to the community.

The snapshot date is February 19. The whitelist publication will follow on February 20, then ARCD Claim Raffle Whitelist and ARCD Public Claim on Feb 21.

The whitelist for phase 1 will consist of 2,000 wallets holding a Pudgy Penguin, Lil Pudgy, or Sappy Seal, as well as 2,000 wallets that successfully linked a Solana or Bitcoin wallet containing Mad Lads, Tensorians, BTC Puppets, NodeMonkes, or RSIC.

Both types will be randomly selected at the snapshot time.

Phase 2 has no secured whitelist. It will include all wallets and holders who have not claimed but met the criteria in Phase 1.

Yuga Labs Acquires Proof

In other NFT news, Yuga Labs – the team behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club, Otherside, TwelveFold, and owners of Meebits, CryptoPunks, and 10KTF – has acquired PROOF, which includes the PROOF Collective, Moonbirds, Oddities, Mythics, and Grails exhibition series.

According to the blog post, the acquisition includes PROOF’s team, intellectual property, and artistic portfolio.

“Yuga will start by bringing Moonbirds into Otherside, the place where content creators, communities, and brands will come together to participate in the social fabric of web3,” it stated.

Per the press release, PROOF’s CEO and Founder, Kevin Rose, will go through “a brief handover period” before becoming an advisor to the company.

Josh Ong, Jesse Bryan, and Amanda Gadbow will oversee the transition of the Moonbirds collection and other key elements into the Yuga ecosystem.

Daniel Alegre, CEO of Yuga Labs, commented that “Moonbirds is a collection with great potential and many unifying brand elements with Otherside.”

PROOF’s Rose added that, “with the PROOF Collective on board, it shows Yuga’s commitment to digital fine art, and our combined resources will allow us to innovate faster and reach more people.”