Top 8 Most Popular NFTs in the Market


While the whole world is talking about blockchain and cryptocurrencies, there are still a lot of people who don't fully understand what these things are or how they work. This can lead to misunderstandings and misconceptions, which is why we've decided to put together this list of the top 8 most popular NFTs in the market.

1. CryptoKitties

CryptoKitties is the most popular NFT in the market. It's a game where you can collect, breed, and trade digital cats on the Ethereum blockchain. The game was launched on November 28th, 2017 by Vancouver-based studio AxiomZen and allows players to buy, sell or trade their digital pets using Ethereum as well as other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Litecoin.

The way it works is that there are hundreds of thousands of unique cards available for sale on CryptoKitties' website which act as an asset class within this ecosystem called “NFTs” (Non-fungible Tokens). Each card has its own set of properties such as rarity level (rare), color, or image associated with it so there will always be some sort of scarcity value associated with each card when someone buys one from another user who has previously purchased one from someone else before them, etc...

2. Bored Ape

Bored Ape Studio is a collective of designers and artists from around the world. The team consists of artists from different backgrounds, who work together in order to create a unique style.

The Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT collection was released on December 21, 2019. It contains 11 designs based on the original artworks by Benjamin Torkington and Jose Ceneta. Each design comes with its own story behind it, which can be found on the Bored Ape website or via social media channels such as Instagram or Twitter.

3. Decentraland LAND

Decentraland is a virtual reality platform powered by the Ethereum blockchain. It's the first decentralized app (DApp) to be built on top of this network, and it allows developers to create their own virtual worlds with users who can then buy and sell items in these worlds. The most popular token for Decentraland is called MANA, which means "sand" in Sanskrit and was chosen because it represents both land ownership as well as currency in game-like economies.

4. Sorare (soccer)

Sorare is a collectible card game that takes place in an alternate universe where soccer players are allowed to trade cards. The game was inspired by the popular anime series Haikyuu!!, which follows the story of middle school soccer player Hinata Shouyou and his teammates on their quest for victory against their rivals Karasuno High School.

The most notable feature of So rare is its player market—players can buy and sell cards with other players online or offline through trading platforms such as OpenSea (which is similar to eBay). The community also organizes tournaments across various geographic regions so that everyone has access to these events regardless of where they live or how much money they have available at any given time.

5. CryptoPunks

CryptoPunks is a collectible game that features the artwork of different punk rockers. It's an Ethereum-based NFT (non-fungible token) and was created by Axiom Zen, the same company that created CryptoKitties.

The game was released in 2017, but it didn't really take off until 2018 when it became more popular than ever before! The reason why this happened is that people were looking for something new on the market: something more unique than just another cryptocurrency or digital asset. They wanted something that couldn't be duplicated easily by someone else in order to make their own copycat version look like theirs without having any issues whatsoever with them being able to do so due to some technicalities involved with this type of transaction process."

6. Super Farm

SuperFarm is a farming simulation game that allows you to buy, sell and trade virtual crops. The game has over 15 million users worldwide who have created over 53 million USD in sales since its launch in 2017.

The idea behind SuperFarm NFTs is simple: they're made of pixels and can be traded on a marketplace like any other crypto asset (like Bitcoin). As for their value? Well...that depends on how many people want them!

7. NBATopShot

Nbastopshot is a collectible card game (CCG) based on the NBA. It uses the blockchain to create an open, decentralized ecosystem that rewards players with cryptocurrency. The game was created by Magic Leap, which has been developing augmented reality technology since 2013.

The popularity of Nbastopshot can be attributed to its ability to use blockchain technology to create a new kind of digital collectible card game — one that allows players around the world to compete against each other while also earning them rewards with their own virtual cards and tokens. The platform has earned more than $30 million in revenue since its launch in 2018 alone!

8. Gods Unchained (Card Game)

Gods Unchained is a digital card game developed by Fuel Games. It launched on the Ethereum blockchain in May 2018 and has a total supply of 1,000,000 cards. The goal of Gods Unchained is to create your own deck from the following elements:

  • Mana (energy)

  • cards

  • Creatures (creatures)


Since the beginning of time, people have always been interested in the idea of ​​owning their own piece of property. This is why we are seeing many developers creating games that offer players the opportunity to invest in real-world assets instead of digital ones -- like CryptoKitties or Decentraland -- which allows them to make some money off selling their virtual items for real cash. That's why it's important for developers to keep innovating and coming up with new ideas so they will never become obsolete!

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