Over in the surging world of Ethereum, Art Gobblers has emerged as the latest must-have digital collectible. As a result, breaching the $20 Million mark as secondary trading goes through the roof.
The latest project from Rick & Morty co-creator, Justin Roiland, has sent NFT collectors into an absolute frenzy, seeing the Art Gobblers arrive via a free mint at 4:20pm (sigh) on October 31, and hit $20 million in trading volume just 8 hours later, topping out all sales metrics for October despite launching on the final day.
Can not wait for art gobblers to be live and see what kinds of incredible art is created. Thank you @_Dave__White_ and the @paradigm team https://t.co/sKH1ropJ9j
— Justin Roiland (@JustinRoiland) October 30, 2022
As of writing, fledgling NFT marketplace Blur, puts the total trading volume at a staggering 12,679 ETH ($20.1 million) while the floor price has risen from free up to the dizzying heights of 13.69 ETH ($21k), with just under half of buyers opting out of the 6.9% creator royalty payment. Consequently, proving in one foul swoop that FOMO continues to remain alive and kicking within the NFT sector.
In a nutshell, each Art Gobbler represents its own microcosmic self-curated art gallery, essentially swallowing a combination of $GOO utility tokens and platform-developed artworks to complete an independent art ‘exhibit’. Each ‘Gobbler’ arrived via a blind mint and will see its designs revealed at 4:20pm CMT on November 1.
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