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Check Out the Top 10 NFTs on Aptos, From NodeReal TraceMove Data

Here are the top 10 NFT collections on the Aptos blockchain, according to number of transfers recorded by the TraceMove blockchain explorer by NodeReal.

Most-Transferred NFTs on TraceMove

Aptos made a huge splash when the novel layer-1 blockchain debuted in October 2022. Since then, developers have been busy building out the various facets of the chain’s ecosystem, including Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs).

On Jan. 20, Web3 infrastructure company NodeReal posted a tweet displaying the top 10 NFT collections on Aptos, according to the number of transfers recorded on their blockchain explorer TraceMove.

The top NFTs on Aptos are:

  1. LFB
  2. Galxe OAT
  3. Souffl3 BakeOff - Egg
  4. Aptos Names V1
  5. Souffl3 BakeOff - Sugar
  6. Souffl3 BakeOff - Milk
  7. Souffl3 BakeOff - Flour
  8. Souffl3 BakeOff - Blueberry
  9. The Bored Aptos Yacht Club
  10. Aptos Monkeys.

What is Aptos:

Aptos is a new, independent project focused on delivering the safest and most production-ready Layer 1 blockchain in the world. The team includes the original creators, researchers, designers, and builders of Diem, the blockchain that was first built to serve this purpose.

Where to find Aptos Labs:

Website | Twitter | Telegram | Medium | Discord |

What is NodeReal:

NodeReal describes itself as a one-stop infrastructure and solution provider that embraces the high-speed blockchain era. It provides scalable, reliable, and efficient blockchain solutions for everyone, aiming to support the massive adoption, growth, and long-term success of the Web3 ecosystem.

Through its native Semita blockchain service suite, developers can easily set up their blockchain infrastructure and ecosystem through BAS. Already, the blockchain platform has given rise to the GAL Chain Testnet, powered by BAS. FNCY, a blockchain powerhouse for games and entertainment, is the latest to utilize its service.

Where to find NodeReal:

Website | Twitter | Discord | LinkTree |

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