The End of NFTs? NFT Sale Transaction Volume Down 95% Since Early May
The drop in non-fungible token sales that began in early May seems to be continuing into June.
Finance Magnates previously reported that according to data from NonFungible.com, the week-long period surrounding the NFT market peak at the beginning of May saw $170 million in transaction volume. By the end of the month, that figure had collapsed to just $19.4 million in NFT sales, a decrease of roughly 90%.
According to a new report from CNBC, the drop has continued. On June 15th, the seven-day average NFT transaction volume had fallen to oust $8.7 million. Compared to the market’s peak in early May, the new number represents a drop of nearly 95 per cent.
Is this the end of non-fungible tokens?
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