Transaction volume on OpenSea Polygon surpasses that of Ethereum for the second month in a row

Data from the blockchain data aggregation platform Dune Analytics shows that the trading volume of the NFT market OpenSea on the Polygon blockchain surpassed that of Ethereum for the second consecutive month. In December, the OpenSea market sold 1.3 million NFTs on the Polygon blockchain, 1 1.5 million NFTs per month. This compares to 0.995 million NFTs and 1.1 million NFTs sold on the Ethereum chain.

In addition, data shows that the TrumpDigital Trading Cards launched by Trump is OpenSea’s NFT project with the highest sales volume on the Polygon blockchain. The project sold 5,517 NFTs in January, for a transaction volume of 1,760 ETH (approximately $9.2 million).

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