More than 2,000 users have purchased NFTs from the FTX bankruptcy collection

More than 2,000 users have purchased NFTs from the FTX bankruptcy collection

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More than 2,000 users have purchased NFTs from the FTX bankruptcy collection
Thousands of tokens from the Bankrupt FTX Yacht Club series totaling about $233,000 have been sold since the collection launched following FTX's bankruptcy filing

More than 2.1 thousand users have purchased NFTs from the Bankrupt FTX Yacht Club collection dedicated to the collapse of the FTX crypto exchange. After it became known that Sam Bankman-Fried Group (SBF) filed for bankruptcy, 1.3 thousand tokens with various images of the former head of the troubled exchange were put up for sale. In total, there are nearly 7,000 items in the collection.

The total value of the sold NFTs is 187 ETH ($233 thousand), and the minimum price (the price of the cheapest token from this series) reached 0.1 ETH ($125), but by the current moment dropped to 0.0092 ETH ($11). The average purchase price as of 16:00 NY is about $23.

The collection was posted by NFT's author, C60CCSE, on the evening of November 11. At the same time as the Bankman-Fried series, he also introduced 3,800 tokens called Caroline Town by BFTXYC (Bankrupt FTX Yacht Club) with an image of Alameda Research head Carolyn Allison. These NFTs are less popular. About 700 users currently own these items, with a total of 6 ETN ($7,500) in token sales.

11.14.22  by Robert Strickland

 

 

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