The floor value of the non-fungible token (NFT) collection Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) has risen to 152 ether ($430K) for the cheapest Bored Ape NFT. Since September 1, 2021, the BAYC NFT collection’s floor value has increased from 25 ether ($70K) to today’s 152 ether, representing a more than 500% increase in value over the last seven months.
The floor price of the bored Ape Yacht Club has risen to 152 Ether.
The floor value of the Bored Ape Yacht Club non-fungible token (NFT) collection reached an all-time high on Friday, April 29, 2022. According to data from the NFT marketplace Opensea, the current floor value on Friday is 152 ether, or $430K at today’s ether exchange rates.
Metrics demonstrate that BAYC’s floor value was only 25 ETH or $70K seven months ago, on September 1, 2021. By November 19, 2021, BAYC’s floor value had surpassed 50 ether. BAYC’s floor value climbed by more than 100 ether after January 30, 2022, and it has continued to rise in value since then. However, BAYC NFT floor values fell briefly in March. The Bored Ape Yacht Club floor reached a low of 68 ether on March 8, 2022.
The floor has climbed by about 507.99 percent since September 1, 2021, 240 days ago. While BAYC is the most costly NFT floor value, NFTs from the Proof Collective collection are also more than 100 ether.
The current floor value of Proof Collective is 120 ether, or $340K. Proof Collective and Bored Ape Yacht Club are the only two NFT collections with floors more than 100 ETH.
NFT floors from Cryptopunks (59.99 ETH), Bored Ape Chemistry Club (56 ETH), Mutant Ape Yacht Club (40.86 ETH), and Moonbirds are followed by Proof Collective and Bored Ape Yacht Club (31.4 ETH).
BAYC’s whole market capitalization is worth around 1,519,848 ether or $4.31 billion at today’s ETH exchange rates, based on a 152 ether floor value. According to statistics, about 6,354 distinct owners will hold at least one BAYC NFT on April 29, 2022.
BAYC NFTs have seen $19.4 million in global transaction volume, or 6843.66 ether, in the last 24 hours. To present, Bored Ape NFTs have generated $1.9 billion in total sales across 28,295 onchain transactions between 10,860 customers.
Bored Ape #7950 is the floor NFT that now costs 152 ether, and the owner’s sale finishes in 14 hours. The next more expensive Bored Ape NFT is 152.8 ether, and the one after that is around 153 ether.
BAYC #3749 was the most expensive Bored Ape ever sold, fetching 740 ETH (about $2.9 million) at the time of settlement. The Captain’s hat-wearing Bored Ape, which went for 740 ether, had laser eyes as well.