Art Gobblers NFT Floor Price Spikes as Trading Volume Surges – What is the Future of the Collection?
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Art Gobblers, a new free-to-mint NFT collection, has recorded a huge rise in trading volume, beating popular NFT collections such as the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) in the last 24 hours.
OpenSea data shows that the trading volume of the collection is 6,984 ETH in the last 24 hours, which is over 10x the volume of CryptoPunks and Bored Ape.
These are good numbers as the NFT launched minting on October 31. At the time of writing, Art Gobblers had a floor price of 14.15 ETH with 556 sales.
About Art Gobblers NFT Collection
The Art Gobblers NFT collection was developed by Justin Roiland, a Rick and Morty co-creator. Art Gobblers is backed by Paradigm, a venture capital firm.
The goal of the collection is to create a decentralized art factory using NFTs, the GOO token, and its community of followers.
They will build “a self-sustaining ecosystem centered around creating and collecting the coolest art in the universe.” Although people were allowed to the mint for free, investors in the whitelist were required to have GOO tokens for the minting process.
Every NFT in the collection serves as an on-chain transferable art gallery, and the NFT holders are allowed to “digest” any piece of art on its website and make transferrable curated collections.
Art Gobblers is a part art project, part PFP, and part game. There are a total of 1,214 Art Gobblers NFTs.
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