- It includes 17.4 thousand tokens based on the meme “Pepe the Frog”
- The collection left behind some of the blue chips
- Experts call it the beginning of a new era in the NFT market
- Although the popularization of Ordinals and the ensuing load problems are not to everyone’s liking
According to CryptoSlam, over the past 7 days, the volume of sales of tokens from the Space Pepes collection exceeded $7.4 million. This allowed the project to get into the top 3 in the market, leaving MAYC and even Bitcoin Frogs behind.
As you can see from the graph, the sales volume of tokens from this collection increased by 60.71% over the week. In the top five, only two projects show positive dynamics, and both of them are based on the Ordinals protocol.
At the moment, there are about 12.5 thousand NFT Space Pepes holders. The total supply of the collection is 17.4 thousand tokens. You can buy a “space frog”, for example, at Magic Eden.
The design of these tokens is based on two elements – Pepe and a space dish. Depending on the presence of additional attributes, the rarity and the cost of the token also change.
Interestingly, before that, the best-selling NFT collections were minted mainly on Ethereum. The transition of the “palm tree” to Bitcoin may mean the beginning of a new era. Although not everyone likes the popularization of Ordinals.
Interestingly, the original “Pepe the Frog” meme is considered a hate symbol. When Coinbase announced this, users threatened to boycott the exchange.