Ethereum NFT collections lost nearly 60% of their market cap in 2022: Report


09 February 2023 21:17, UTC


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A survey of 81 nonfungible token (NFT) collections on the Ethereum blockchain confirmed a pointy total loss in market capitalization in 2022, in line with a report from DappRadar launched Feb. 9. Losses weren’t even distributed, nevertheless.

The Ethereum NFT market was value $9.3 billion initially of 2022, in line with DappRadar’s valuation, and that determine dropped to $3.7 billion by yr finish — a lack of 59.6%. The worth of Ether (ETH) impacted all values:

“It is usually vital to think about that ETH misplaced 60% of its worth final yr, which had a robust affect on the worth of the NFTs.”

The NFT market peaked in February 2022 at $19.1 billion, outperforming Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether till the Terra/Luna collapse in Might. By the next month, NFTs had misplaced 88% of their worth. The market hit its low for the yr at $2.2 billion, on the finish of November, the month of the FTX collapse. Thus the market completed the yr up 68% from that low. The report famous:

“This retraction of the NFT market was not a mirrored image of NFT’s utility, however fairly a results of dangerous actors and market manipulations.”

Yuga Labs accounted for two-thirds of the market in 2022, with its CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Membership collections holding 46.7% of the market by themselves. The Otherdeeds assortment was Yuga Labs’ loss chief, falling 86.15%.

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The Azuki, Pudgy Penguins and Degen Toonz collections had been the one ones “launched in 2021 or early 2022 to expertise vital market cap progress,” rising 113.89%, 260% and 204%, respectively.

NFT collections launched after the Terra/Luna collapse fared higher. The report cites Potatoz ( 134.68%), Renga ( 211.63%), DigiDaigaku ( 209.88%) and God Hates NFTees ( 1,653.28%) as examples.

The report additionally traced the declining share of collectibles within the NFT market share. Collectibles began 2022 with over 90% of the market, however held properly beneath 75% of it in January 2023. Buying and selling quantity for NFTs in January 2023 amounted to $870 million.

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