When the price rises, interest grows, a bit like what happens with Bitcoin, so do Google searches on the subject. That is also happening for NFTs
August has seen the comeback of sales marked by the sector of non-fungible tokens with staggering figures that have reached 2 billion dollars, and so, in the same month, the searches of the term NFT have also increased, as Google Trends data show.
Interest in NFTs grows
The term NFT worldwide grew by 426%, especially for the search “how to buy NFT,” which on August 1 was at level 19 and then rose to 100 after only 28 days.
These searches were led by countries such as Singapore and Australia, followed by Nigeria, indicating that perhaps the most significant collectors of NFTs are found in these nations.
At the end of August, one of the projects that scored significant figures was Sidus: NFT Heroes, which sold out of its collectible cards in about 10 minutes, driving the web crazy as it is always looking for new sets of collectibles.
On September 10, this project will launch other NFTs with series of rare and legendary cards, starting from a base auction price of 0.55 ETH.
Tezos launches its own NFTs
In yet another proof that the NFT sector is leading the way in the cryptocurrency world, today Tezos (XTZ) went up almost 30%, reaching a value of $6.53.
This rise is due to the fact that, after Solana, NFTs have also arrived on this blockchain thanks to rapper Doja Cat.
Even for Solana, a few days ago, the news of the arrival of NFT technology on this blockchain had made the price of his SOL cryptocurrency rise almost to $150.
The NFT of Milan Fashion Week
Painting, sculpture, music, 3D animation, gaming, fashion… all are trying to carve out their own slice of the industry, and now NFTs have also arrived at Milan Design Week.
During the event, in fact, were created three installations of the famous artist Marco Nereo Rotelli and of these was created an NFT in 1000 copies that were put on sale on the Italian marketplace of Chainblock.