Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) were hugely popular in 2021 and have grown into a multi-billion dollar industry that year. There have been a number of NFT marketplaces and collections that have seen tremendous numbers of sales, and individual digital collectibles have sold for millions. The NFT hype has also resulted in significant demand for some of the earliest known NFT collections such as Spells of Genesis Cards, Curio Cards, Bitcorn, Rare Pepe Trading Cards, and Fake Rares.
Older non-fungible token collections are seeing new demand
Old non-fungible token (NFT) collections are seeing new demand after the NFT hype exploded in 2021. Most people don’t know that NFTs have been around since around 2014 when someone called an NFT. created OLGA.
After OLGA was founded, Spells of Genesis (SoG), Terra Nullius V2, Etheria v1.1 and Etheria v1.2 were born in the next year. Since the NFT hype in 2021, SoG cards have been selling for much more than when the cards were first introduced.
People can still use the Etheria World NFTs. to buy Etheria exchange but a minimum bid is 0.1 ETH or $ 385 per unit. NFTs on Sarutobi Island manufactured in 2016 have seen a new demand and have a reserve price of around 0.03 ETH or $ 115.
Similarly, NFTs like Force of Will, Rare Pepes, Age of Chains, Pixel Map, and Bitgirls are selling for a lot more than they were in 2016. For example, Pixelmap NFTs are being sold for. sold a minimum price of 0.75 ETH or more.
Rare Pepes, Curio Cards, Cryptopunks, Axies and Crypto Kitties
The entire collection of 1,774 rare Pepe NFTs currently has a total market capitalization of around $ 4.1 billion today. Domed pepes are rare sell for a lot of money on Opensea and also sales for counterparties (XCP) via the decentralized XCP exchange (dex) and dispenser sales.
The popular one My curiosity cards from 2017 you have a minimum price on Opensea of 0.299 ETH or $ 1,151. Some Curio cards are for 1-2. auctioned ETH also in value. The same goes for older NFT collections from 2017 and cryptopunks released that year have seen the greatest demand.
The minimum price of cryptopunks for a single digital collectible isn’t cheap, because dappradar.com statistics Show that it costs $ 235.43,000 today, but the average price is around $ 119.75,000 per punk. The 2017 Cryptopunks series generated sales of $ 2.32 billion.
Other popular 2017 series NFT collections are Diecast Club Collection, My Blockchain Corner, Digital Zones, Mooncatrescue, Dada Creeps & Weirdos, Crypto Kitties, Weicards, and Ether Rocks. These collections are also seeing much higher values and new demand from NFT investors.
Crypto kitties were so popular in the first week of December 2017, the project overloads the Ethereum blockchain and the project’s NFTs are still in demand from collectors. Despite great attention in 2021 and a multitude of NFT collections launched that year, there was also significant progress in 2018 towards the current NFT ecosystem we know today.
NFTs from collections from 2018 also sell for high dollars as NFT collections like Ethertulips, Crypto Fighters, Angel Battles, and Etherlambos. Axie Infinity’s non-fungible tokens were also launched in 2018 and the Axie NFTs saw much more demand in 2021.
Old school projects like Pixelcons, Crypto Graphics, Realms of Ether, Cryptocats, and many other collections are seeing sales they might not have seen without the exponential growth of the NFT industry. In fact, old school NFTs from collections that were minted a long time ago are becoming very sought after due to their rarity and age.
What do you think of the old school NFT collections that are seeing higher priced sales and new demand after all these years? Let us know what you think on this matter in the comments below.
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Source: Crypto News Austria