Dapper Labs is the company behind NBA Top Shot, CryptoKitties and the Flow blockchain. Another product from the company, UFC Strike, is a collection of NFTs based on fighters and moments from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Fans can now trade their NFTs on the UFC Strike Marketplace dedicated to the collections.
UFC Strike NFT Sales on the Flow Blockchain Are Up 50% in the Last 24 Hours
According to an announcement on February 18, NFT developer Dapper Labs launched the UFC Strike Non-Fungible Token (NFT) marketplace and the NFT sales on the Flow blockchain are up 50% in the last 24 hours.
The newly launched NFT has helped Flow rise to third place on the blockchain, according to CryptoSlam. At the time of writing, Flow is behind Ethereum and Ronin with $2.1 million in revenue over the past 24 hours. This is a 50% increase from the same time yesterday.
The new NBA All-Star VIP Pass NFT series, launched on February 17th via NBA Top Shot, also contributed to Flow’s surge in sales. Each of the 30 NFTs in the collection grants the holder access to the next five All-Star games.
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