Seven days ago, sales in the non-fungible token (NFT) market plummeted after hitting a record high in August. A week later, sales have rebounded, and the 7-day transaction volume of NFT markets such as Opensea, Rarible and Superrare has improved.

Opensea, Rarible, Hic et nunc, Makersplace, Superrare see weekly increase in NFT volume

On September 12, 2021, News reported the fact that the sales of non-fungible tokens (NFT) plummeted by 86% on September 10 from the all-time high in mid-August. The report pointed out that Opensea, the largest-selling NFT market, saw its 7-day sales decline by 52.47%. From September 10th to 13th, the sales of various NFT markets and popular series have slowed down significantly.

NFT markets Aavegotchi, Superrare and Foundation.

However, a week later, NFT sales rebounded to a certain extent, and the popular market and collectibles are heating up. Statistics from show that Opensea’s trading volume among 172,267 traders is $62935 million.

The weekly trading volume increased by 0.94%, and the number of Opensea traders increased by 9.02%. Opensea is compatible with Ethereum and Polygon networks. The second largest NFT project based on weekly transaction volume on September 19 was Axie Infinity, with 7-day sales of US$110.61 million.

NFT market Rarible, Opensea, NBA Top Shot, Makersplace, Hic et nunc, Axie Infinity and Atomicmarket.

Although in terms of 7-day transaction volume, Axie Infinity ranks second in transaction volume In the end, it fell by 23.93% last week. Rarible’s volume this week was 4.9 million US dollars, an increase of 60.27% from last week.

The Hic et nunc NFT market, driven by Tezos, raised US$4.51 million and is up 35.69% this week. The market earned $3.31 million in revenue and increased by 11.92% in 7 days. Makersplace performed well this week, with a transaction volume of approximately $557,000, an increase of 31.83%.

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NBA Top Shot, Atomicmarket, Aavegotchi, Foundation NFT Volumes Slide — In 2017, rare Pepe series 1 old cards entered the top ten sales

The weekly trading volume of NBA Top Shot, Atomicmarket, Aavegotchi and Foundation all declined, with percentage losses ranging from 17.94% to 59.53%. The biggest NFT auction this week originated from the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) series, because BAYC #81 was sold for $1.9 million this week.

According to statistics from, non-fungible tokens (NFT) had the highest sales in the past 7 days.

The top ten leading forces in NFT sales this week include NFTs from the Artblocks series. The older NFTs, RAREPEPE Card 1, Series 1, were sold at a price of US$683,750 or 200 Ether 18 hours ago, making it the top ten NFT sales category this week.

The weekly statistics of market data show that the NFT sales on September 11 last week were approximately 36,095. There are now 46,390 NFT sales this week, an increase of approximately 28.52%. In terms of the number of unique wallets for buying and selling NFT assets, statistics from show that there are 31,255 active market wallets.

How do you see the NFT trading volume from different markets rebounding from last week’s downturn? Please tell us your thoughts on this topic in the comments section below.

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