The excitement surrounding NFT shows no signs of slowing down, with the top four decentralized NFT applications having a daily volume of more than $ 10 million.
According to a decentralized application data aggregator DappRadar“NBA Top Shot, CryptoPunks, Mooncats and Sorare accounted for more than $ 10.57 million in NFT secondary sales in the last 24 hours.
However, the total volume of NFT DApp is dominated by the first four, the combined daily volume of the 10 largest DApps is equal to 12.27 million USD.
The NBA Top Shot secondary marketplace is the dominant NFT DApp by all measures, with 30,944 traders making 30,372 transactions worth $ 4.62 million in the last 24 hours.
While the pioneering NFT CryptoPunks project ranks second in terms of volume with $ 4.28 million, it is bad in terms of merchants and number of transactions – with 85 users today, 69 deals. Similarly recently exhumed Mooncats DApp collectibles is in third place by daily volume with $ 1.02 million, but seventh in users with 500 and eighth in total trades with 530.
Fantasy football game Sorare ranked fourth in terms of trade volume with $ 881,700. The platform also ranked second behind the followers with 1,978 and third in the activity with 2,544 transactions made in the last 24 hours.
WAX-based Alien Worlds is also popular with users, ranking second with 1,172 traders and third in activity with 3,705 transactions per day. The Rarible digital art and collectibles market is also at the forefront, coming in fifth with $ 530,000, fourth with 1,062 and fifth in transactions with 987.
The data show this Collectibles are growing in popularity, with 32,894 Top Shot and Sorare users trading for $ 5.3 million in the last 24 hours.
On March 14, Sorare announced that the only NFT of its kind depicting star player Cristiano Ronald of Juventus FC had exchanged hands for almost $ 290,000, sets a new record worth one token sold on the platform.
This sale also beat the previous record sale of the NFT Top Shot NFT, with the token showing the most important of the Los Angeles Lakers Lebron James sale for $ 208,000 on February 23. Recently, however, one Top Shot collector declined the $ 1 million offer as a symbol celebrating Zion Williamson of the New Orleans Pelicans.