Degen Ape #7225 is the 13th rarest NFT. Its odd appearance makes it easier to detect. It’s not often you see a scarred zombie ape with a gold tooth and a brain in its mouth. The company also bought the 18th rarest SolPunk for 1388 SOL ($260,000).
The number and money involved are remarkable, but what strikes out is that Solana achieved this in just two months. However, Ethereum, the most popular NFT network, took three years to register its first million-dollar sale.
Solana’s first major NFT was Degenerate Apes. This group of dressed apes has varying degrees of rarity. Some NFTs are wearing sunglasses, while others are munching on shoes and sandwiches.
Collection of 10,000 Sold Out in Just 10 Minutes
However, the proliferation of NFT experiments on Solana has begun to diminish the usefulness of previous efforts like the degenerate apes. Many projects’ floor prices have fallen recently, with some mints not selling out and others selling below minting price.
Despite technological difficulties, the Collection of 10,000 sold out in just 10 minutes. Solana is a proof-of-stake network, which means it can compete with Ethereum on speed and pricing. Solana is destroying the crypto charts.
Solana has a market value of approximately $52 billion and a price of Solana (SOL) $176.79 at the time of writing, according to CoinMarketCap. Four days ago, the blockchain’s SOL token hit an all-time high of $214.36, breaking the previous NFT record (September 8). This new record marks a 13,200% increase from the January 1 price of $1.61.
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