Webbland Metaverse sales increased 126% as two penthouses sold for six-figure

During the last few months, there has been a lot of interest in blockchain virtual worlds. A project called Webbland, which makes “interoperable pixel metaverses,” has seen weekly NFT sales rise 126.24%. Over the last seven days, the project sold more than $3.6 million worth of NFTs. Two penthouses from Webbland made it into the top 15 most expensive NFT sales of the week.

Worldwide Webbland NFT Sales Capture $3.6 Million in Volume Over the Last Week

It has been a big rise in the value of metaverse properties over the last year because blockchain-based virtual world projects like Decentraland and The Sandbox have been in high demand. It has been selling for anywhere from four to seven figures. Metaverse land, apartments, penthouses, and mansions have been going for that price.

There were $3.6 million in sales this week for Webbland, a project that calls itself a “interoperable pixel metaverse.” This is 126.24 percent more than what they made in the last week. If you look at the number of seven-day sales, Webbland has moved up to 33rd place in the last week. It’s above Farmers World and just below Sheet Fighter.

It’s called “Wide World.” If you want to own land, equip it with non-physical things (NPTs), complete quests, and explore, you can do that in Webbland or Webbland. There are many people playing Webbland, which is called a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). Players have in-game avatars and can buy land in the virtual world.

“Lands are in-game spaces that are owned and controlled by the NFT token holder and are part of the Worldwide Webb ecosystem,” the project’s website says. During the last seven days, out of the top 50 NFT projects, Webbland made the third-largest gains in sales this week. Psychedelics Anonymous Genesis and 420 Game Green Pass also made big gains.

2 Webbland Penthouses Sell for Over $130K in Ethereum

When Webbland’s Penthouse #9051 was sold a few hours ago, it was the 14th most expensive NFT parcel that was ever sold. The Webbland virtual penthouse sold for 50 ethereum (ETH) at the time of settlement, which was $139,848 at the time. This week, Webbland’s Penthouse #9056 was the 15th most expensive NFT property that was sold. It was bought 16 hours ago for $1.5 million. It sold for 48 ether or $131,830 when the deal was done.

1,067 Webbland wallets are currently running. The project’s floor price is 1.7 ether, or $4,464; on Opensea the lowest floor price is 1.1625 ether or about $3,052. Apartment #5586 sold this week for 2.89 ether, or $7,989. It was a medium-sized apartment.

Meanwhile, the top blockchain projects like The Sandbox and Decentraland have seen more sales this week. People bought things from the Sandbox for $7.8 million over the last seven days. The average price was $13K. Decentraland made $4.3 million in sales last week in 284 deals.

As more and more metaverse properties become more valuable than physical real estate, it looks like this trend will continue this year.

Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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