The past week showed us that strong projects are still holding quite well. The Phantom Galaxies Planet sale was a success and Splinterlands Validator nodes sold out in minutes. Let’s check how the top live games are doing and how the NFT market is holding.
Top play-to-earn games by active users
Alien Worlds takes back the first spot in our weekly rankings by the number of players. With the release of new missions, the WAX game shows no signs of weakness. Another WAX game enters the top 10, Mining Network, a crypto mining simulator with original tokenomics combining free-to-play and play-to-earn models. In the casual mobile gaming genre, Arc8 comes back in the top 10.
Top 10 NFT collections
|Collection||Volume traded 7 days||Change||Floor Price|
|1. Goblintown.wtf||11,005 ETH||+590%||2.69 ETH|
|2. Trippin Ape Tribe||397,377 SOL||n/a||46 SOL|
|3. Otherdeed From Otherside||7,869 ETH||-49%||2.8 ETH|
|4. Bored Ape Yacht Club||5,680ETH||-19%||81.9 ETH|
|5. AINightBirds||4,994 ETH||n/a||0.26 ETH|
|6. Moonbirds Oddities||3,731 ETH||n/a||2.79 ETH|
|7. Mutant Ape Yacht Club||3,567 ETH||-11.6%||16.29 ETH|
|8. Boki||2,816 ETH||+364%||0.4ETH|
|9. Crypto Punks||2,503 ETH||-26%||n/a|
|10. Azuki||2,462ETH||-0.8%||9.84 ETH|
The NFT market is shaking, but not collapsing as some analysts predicted. This week has seen the emergence of projects such as Goblintown and AINightBirds, that, despite having clear roadmaps and utilities are able to generate big hype and trading volume. Blue-chips projects such as BAYC, MAYC and Crypto punks floor prices are in a downtrend, but still holding pretty well compared to the overall crypto market.