Table of Contents
- What is an Crash Test Joyride?
- How many owners does the Crash Test Joyride collection have?
- NFT Collection Crash Test Joyride Price and Sales
- Why are some NFTs expensive and others not?
- Is the Crash Test Joyride Collection Over or Underpriced?
- Crash Test Joyride NFT Collection Examples
- Crash Test Joyride fees
- Crash Test Joyride editors list
What is an Crash Test Joyride?
Crash Test Joyride are a non-fungible tokens collection built on the Ethereum network launched in 19 January, 2022. 4,444 items of the Crash Test Joyride collection can now be viewed at OpenSea.
How many owners does the Crash Test Joyride collection have?
The total number of owners has reached 1938 within 418 days since its release.
NFT Collection Crash Test Joyride Price and Sales
The market capitalization of Crash Test Joyride NFT collection is 155.02 ETH. Since created the Crash Test Joyride, 9,500 collections sales were made at an average price of 0.15 ETH (~$239.08 at the time of writing). This created a total volume in 1,432.637 ETH. The floor price of Crash Test Joyride is 0.03259 and the 30-day trading volume is kept at 9.58 ETH. The payment tokens of the Crash Test Joyride collection are ETH, WETH.
Why are some NFTs expensive and others not?
NFTs are very new to the blockchain ecosystem and are still in their infancy. It is an emerging market meaning there is no historical data or precedence that can assist in determining the value of an NFT. NFT projects that started at the beginning of the market boom have garnered legitimacy purely because they had a first-mover advantage. These “established” NFT projects have also had the opportunity to improve and learn from the issues that have plagued the NFT market and have, in such a way, made themselves more valuable. When the NFT boom took flight, many people realized profits beyond their wildest dreams, creating a space for opportunists to take advantage of the market growth. While some NFTs can be considered digital art, created by an artist who recognizes the value NFTs can add to the creative space, others have been made purely out of greed and a need to exploit the immense market growth. NFT projects that stem from greed and exploitation often have no value and are ultimately garbage.
Is the Crash Test Joyride Collection Over or Underpriced?
It is difficult to determine whether NFTs from the Crash Test Joyride collection is overpriced or underpriced. Making such an assessment will become clearer when the market for NFTs and metaverses develops more actively. The price is also influenced by how the Crash Test Joyride collection is developed and promoted by its creators and community.
Crash Test Joyride NFT Collection Examples
Crash Test Joyride fees
- Buyer fee to dev: 0 basis points
- Seller fee to dev: 500 basis points
- Buyer fee to opensea.io: 0 basis points
- Seller fee to opensea.io: 250 basis points
- Buyer fee: 0 basis points
- Seller fee: 750 basis points
Crash Test Joyride editors list
The approved editor's accounts of Crash Test Joyride collection are 0x90e6b91d3c37d0d7a57cfec801bf3d514be864f9.
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