At 30 ETH, Azuki NFT’s ground shows no indicators of slowing down. While this is excellent news for Azuki owners, several blue-chip NFT homeowners clearly don’t seem too happy. The foundation of a number of blue-chip NFT initiatives such as: scribbles and Cool Cats isn’t even part of Azuki NFT. In reality, Cool Cats ground is just shy of 8 ETH, at the time of writing.
Other Blue-Chip NFT owners react to Azuki .’s bottom price
The Azuki NFT Collection not so long ago made its first sale of $1 million after Azuki #9605 raised about $1.2 million. This is no small feat for an NFT collection in the early years. This is most likely the reason why Azuki’s land value has increased in recent days. Amid this, homeowners of a number of different blue-chip initiatives are currently wondering, “Why?”.
“I don’t give a damn about @doodles’ reserve price, but I seriously care how we perform against other collections,” Twitter consumerpurple_police tweeted. “When I see @AzukiOfficial reach the 30th eth in 3 months of existence, I wonder what the blocks have been for us to get there first.”
To make matters worse, the Azuki NFT project not too long ago dropped two piles of dirt onto all the receptacles. While many wondered if this was ever a April idiot’s joke, the soil of the dirty NFTs is in reality emerging. Currently, “Something Official”‘s ground is at 10.2 ETH, surpassing that of Cool Cats.
Just before the gathering caught up with Cool Cats, one Twitter consumer wrote, “So a literal piece of dirt is about to catch up with these cats I’ve been diligently detaining for 9 months?”
All the issues considered Azuki NFT is well positioned to give some blue chip initiatives a run for his or her money. It will draw attention to see if the opposing initiatives will trigger strikes to appease their contributors.