The non-fungible token (NFT) collections have continued to shown great resiliency despite the ongoing, months-long overall crypto market collapse. Here are a few of this week’s best-selling NFT collections.

1. Terraforms Take First Place

After dropping below our ten most-selling lists the previous week, Mathcasles’ Terraforms collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has recaptured the top place. The 24-hour sales volume for Terraforms is 1,814 ETH.

Its floor price has decreased 13% to $1,630 during the same time frame. The market value of Terraforms is $16 million.

2. Mutant Apes Yacht Club (MAYC)

An NFT collection named Mutant Apes Yacht Club is now in second place after moving up five points from seventh place the previous week. 397 ETH were sold by MAYC during the course of a day. With a floor price of $18,263 and a market value of $355 million, this NFT collection is available.

3. Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC)

The best-selling NFT compilation of all time, Bored Apes Yacht Club, has recaptured the top place after falling to the tenth rank the previous week. 396 ETH have been sold by BAYC within the last 24 hours. Bored Ape Yacht Club has a $95,785 floor price and a $958 million market valuation.

4. CryptoPunks (PUNK)

The Larva Lab studio’s CryptoPunks NFT collection, which includes fixed 9,999 NFTs, is now in fourth position in our rankings of the ten best-selling NFTs after falling from third place the week before. The NFT collection has a market valuation of $852 million and a 24-hour sales volume of 333 ETH.

5. Otherdeed From Otherside (OTHR)

After moving up from eighth to fifth place this week, Otherdeed, an NFT collection from Yuga Labs’ metaverse project Otherside, concludes the top five most popular NFTs list. 314 ETH were sold during the course of one day by the OTHR NFT collection, which has a $227 million market valuation.

6. Autoglyphs

This week, the Autoglyphs NFT collection debuted on our list of the 10 best-selling NFTs. Autoglyphs, an NFT collection by Larva Labs, the company behind CryptoPunks, was introduced in 2019.

A fixed edition of 512 generative artworks with 190 different owners make up the NFT initiative. It has a market capitalization of $226 million, a floor price of $442,191, and a 24-hour sales volume of 235 ETH.

7. Ethereum Name Service (ENS)

After falling from fifth to seventh position this week, Ethereum Name Service has gained 2 points. The ENS has a market worth of $1.8 million and a 24-hour sales volume of 179 ETH. Its floor price has jumped 3.7% to $0.74 in the last 24 hours.


Last week, RENGA, an NFT collection that had previously placed ninth, won the top spot because to its meticulous curation and hard work. Once again, this NFT compilation fell to eighth place in our ranking of the 10 best-selling books this week.

RENGA has a market value of $21 million and a 24-hour sales volume of 176 ETH. Its floor price has dropped more than 10% to $2,663 in the last 24 hours.

9. Smol Joes (SMOL)

Last week, Smol Joes, an original collection of hand-drawn NFTs on the Avalanche blockchain, made its debut in our top ten selling lists. Fortunately, the NFT collection has maintained its ranking after seeing 14,314 AVAX in 24-hour sales.

Its floor price has increased by 53.1% to 7,063 in the last 24 hours. The entire market value of the SMOL NFT collection is $706,300.

10. Street Machine (SM)

Another NFT collection that has made strides on this week’s top-selling list is Street Machine. Street Machine, a collection of narrative NFTs that debuted on October 7, has a limited edition of 8,000 NFTs that 2,666 different owners together have.

The NFT collection has a market value of $2.7 million and a 24-hour sales volume of 156 ETH. Its floor price has increased by 37.3% to $345 within the same time frame.

This week’s best-selling NFT collection is Tamadoge’s ultra-rarer. The Ultra-rarer NFT collection for Tamadoge, a brand-new metaverse game with a dog theme and NFT backing, went on sale last week and is anticipated to run until October 13.

Thanks to Dominic Kimani at Business 2 Community whose reporting provided the original basis for this story.

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