- Bitcoin recorded the second-highest NFT sales volume for any blockchain during the last seven days.
- Ordinals was the second-largest NFT collection, just behind the blue-chip collection BAYC.
A year ago, nobody would have imagined Bitcoin [BTC] could become a favored network for facilitating Non-fungible Token [NFT] transactions. However, things have taken a sharp turn since the beginning of 2023.
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A user who invests in Bitcoin-related firms recently tweeted that 80% of the top 10 NFT sales in the previous week took place on Bitcoin, a space that is typically dominated by networks powered by smart contracts like Ethereum [ETH] and Solana [SOL].
8 out of top 10 NFT Sales in the last 7 days
Are on Bitcoin🤯
Ordinals Inscriptions BRC-20 for the win!
Credit: @cryptoslamio pic.twitter.com/FtJZM9OpHF
— trevor.btc @ NYC (@TO) May 15, 2023
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Bitcoin recorded the second-highest NFT sales volume for any blockchain during the last seven days, according to data from CryptoSlam. Trades worth more than $37…