NFT developer Dapper Labs launched the UFC Strike nonfungible token (NFT) marketplace on Feb. 18, contributing to a 50% increase in NFT sales on the Flow blockchain over the last 24 hours.
Dapper Labs is the company behind NBA Top Shot, CryptoKitties, and the Flow blockchain.
UFC Strike, another product from the firm, is a collection of NFTs based on fighters and moments from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Now, fans can trade their NFTs in the UFC Strike Marketplace dedicated to the collection.
The UFC Strike Marketplace is Now Open
Buy and sell iconic Moments from the Octagon, with fight fans across the globe. Start your journey today.https://t.co/R2SyiRsoag pic.twitter.com/yxCLjcrFwM
— UFC Strike (@UFCStrikeNFT) February 18, 2022
The new launch has helped Flow climb to third place among blockchains by NFT sales volume according to CryptoSlam. At the time of writing, Flow trails behind Ethereum and Ronin with $2.1 million in sales volume over the last 24 hours. This is a 50% increase since the same time yesterday.
Also contributing to the sudden rise in sales volume on Flow is the new NBA All-Star VIP Pass NFT collection which launched on Feb. 17 through NBA Top Shot. Each of the 30 NFTs in this collection grants holders access to the next five all-star games.
Spooky NFTs from Crypt TV
Metaverse content curator Metaversal has partnered with monster story producers Crypt TV to issue nonfungible tokens (NFT) based on characters from the Monster Universe intellectual property (IP).
Monster Fight Club is the name of the new NFT collection containing 10,000 NFTs. The jump into the NFT space will help Crypt TV transform into a Web3 company “fully embracing NFTs as the future of IP creation and ownership,” according to the Feb. 17 announcement.
Collectors can mint up to 10 unique Monster Fight Club NFTs from a single wallet. Titles included in the collection are The Birch, Brute, Cakeman, Fluffy, Harclaw, Look-See, Miss Annity, Mordeo, The Thing, and Walter. The sale days will be March 9, 16, and…