The World of Women NFT’s second collection, dubbed “World of Women Galaxy,” is now sold out. Additionally, the WoW Galaxy has surpassed the popular Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT collection to become the most acquired in the last 24 hours. According to OpenSea data, the entire transaction volume has topped 16.5K ETH and the floor price of the WoW Galaxy NFT is 1.59 ETH.
World of Women Galaxy Becomes Top NFT Collection
The World of Women Galaxy NFT collection, designed and drawn by famous artist Yam Karkai, sold out during the public auction and is now available on the secondary market at OpenSea.
The World of Women tweeted in celebration of the achievement:
“The WoWGalaxy collection just sold out! This is a historical day for us and women in Web3. We are proud of what we have accomplished so far, humbled by your support, and excited to build the future together!”
According to OpenSea, the World of Women Galaxy is the most popular collection during the last seven days and 24 hours. Additionally, the Galaxy collection is up about 36% in the last 24 hours, with a transaction volume of 9,527 ETH.
The MAYC and BAYC NFT collections are ranked second and third, respectively, with 1632 and 1558 transactions per year.
According to the World of Women NFT’s official website, there are 22,222 WoW Galaxy NFT tokens. Among them, 10,000 are designated for WoW owners, 10,000 are reserved for public sale, and 2222 are saved for the allow list, which will be used to welcome other communities and supporters to the WoW family.
Increased Interest in NFTs
The market for NFTs is quickly rising as global interest in NFTs continues to grow. The World of Women Galaxy is the second step in World of Women’s diversity and inclusion initiative.
Following the success of the Bored Ape Yacht Club and Mutant Ape Yacht Club, this is the first NFT collection that has generated interest, indicating that the objective of increasing diversity and inclusion in the NFT environment is being realized.
Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.