goblintown NFTs
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‘Goblintown’ NFT Sales Boom Despite Market Downturn
The goblin-themed PFP collection did over $7 million in sales volume this weekend, fueled by rumors a larger team could be behind the scenes.

goblintown NFTs
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An NFT collection that is based on a similar concept is gaining popularity as the market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which has already reached Goblin Town, continues to decline.
Throughout the weekend, the project with the most successful sales was a collection known as Goblin-town.wtf. It was profitable to the tune of 3,800 ETH, or almost $7 million.
Both the market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the market for cryptocurrencies as a whole have seen significant financial losses in recent weeks. Because of this, “Goblin Town,” which is shorthand in the cryptocurrency industry for a declining market, has become a common picture.

It’s possible that the collection’s unusual origins contributed to its meteoric rise to popularity. The whole collection can be mined for free, however, there isn’t a Discord server up and running just yet. In terms of marketing, there was neither buzz nor enthusiasm around it.

“There is no plan that we have. There will be no one to oppose it. On the webpage dedicated to the project, it is stated that the project “has no usefulness.” It is not correct to say that goblins penned the agreement.

When the crew working on the project was questioned about the allegations made by the website via a direct message on Twitter, they only responded in goblin. “There are ghosts all about us, and we are all down,” was their reaction.

Yesterday, the collection’s floor price reached an all-time high of 0.75 ETH, which is equivalent to more than $1,500 at today’s exchange rates. Since that time, prices have fallen to 0.51 ETH, which is equivalent to $1,060 for the pieces that are the least costly to purchase.

When Bud Light put out a tweet on a Sunday written in the goblin language, it helped the proposal gain further popularity.

Because the success of the collection occurred so rapidly and seemed to be planned out in detail, many people get the impression that a more experienced team is working behind the scenes to make it a success.

Some NFT investigators have even suggested that Yuga Labs is involved, although administrators on the NFT Discord server for the Bored Ape Yacht Club have said that the two have nothing in relation to one another. Yuga Labs requested a statement from the corporation, but the company did not respond to the request.

Even though overall sales are falling, the fact that the initiative was successful may indicate that there is still some life left in the non-fungible token market.

Over the weekend, another Moonbirds airdrop known as “Oddities” was made available, and it was successful as well. It is comparable to Goblintown in terms of the number of volumes it contains.

At this time, the lowest price that it can be sold for is three ETH, which is equivalent to around $6000.