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AZUKI

Azuki  

#AZUKI

AZUKI Price:
$0.00843
Volume:
$12
All Time High:
$7.54
Market Cap:
$217.9 K


Circulating Supply:
25,840,031
Exchanges:
2+
Total Supply:
25,840,031
Markets:
2+
Max Supply:
Pairs:
3



  AZUKI PRICE


The price of #AZUKI today is $0.00843 USD.

The lowest AZUKI price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00843, and the exact current price of one AZUKI crypto coin is $0.00843102.

The all-time high AZUKI coin price was $7.54.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of AZUKI with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.


  AZUKI OVERVIEW


The code for Azuki crypto currency is also #AZUKI.

Azuki is 1.9 years old.


  AZUKI MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Azuki is $217,858.

Azuki is ranked #1637 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  AZUKI VOLUME


The trading volume is very weak today for #AZUKI.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Azuki is $12.00.


  AZUKI SUPPLY


The circulating supply of AZUKI is 25,840,031 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


  AZUKI BLOCKCHAIN


AZUKI is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the AZUKI Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


  AZUKI EXCHANGES


AZUKI has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 2 crypto exchanges.

View #AZUKI trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #AZUKI purchase.


  AZUKI RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #AZUKI, and you can view them on our AZUKI disambiguation page.


  AZUKI RESOURCES


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  AZUKI NEWS


Blue Chip NFTs 101 – Azuki, A New Kind Of Brand For The Future&hel...

    The idea behind Azuki is to mix NFT culture with anime-style drawings, with a global community working together behind the scenes. Which is phenomenal. Azuki defines itself as a “decentralized brand for the metaverse.” This brand’s main product is a collection of 10K anime-style avatars in NFT form. The collection is also called Azuki and at inception was one of the NFT space’s biggest success stories…  … until admissions and revelations by one of the project’s creators cast a shadow on Azuki as a whole.  Let’s review the project’s history, its characteristics, and the revelations that changed it all. Azuki’s Origin Story The project exists since January 12th, 2022. The team behind Azuki is Chiru Labs, their slogan is “Born in Los Angeles. Building for the metaverse.” Most of the members use pseudonyms and keep their identities private. A few use their real name, like Azuki’s co-creator and illustrator Arnold Tsang from Toronto, Canada. He’s well-know for his participation in “Overwatch,” which Wikipedia describes as “a 2016 team-based multiplayer first-person shooter game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.” The community behind it is a key part of the project. On Azuki’s website, they use slogans like “A new kind of brand that we build together” and “A brand for the metaverse. By the community.” Ownership of on... read More



This Week Azuki Joins Bored Apes and Crypto Punks in the WAGMI Space Rac...

    [PRESS RELEASE - Please Read Disclaimer] According to the official Azuki Twitter, on Tues April 26th Azuki plans to send NFT #40 (named 'Bobu') to outer space on a SpaceX rocket. This is part of Azuki’s 'NFT experiment' where owners of tokenized fractional shares that represent Bobu can vote in a “choose your own adventure” style experience on what Bobu will do. However, Azuki won’t be the first blue chip NFT collection to touch the stars. Last December eight NFTs from the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) and Crypto Punks were sent into Earth’s orbit aboard the International Space Station (ISS) by an organization called NFTs2Space. With the stated mission of bringing two pioneering sectors together, space and Web3, NFTs2Space through the Artemis Space Network offers a way for NFT holders to experience outer space through a transcendent and participatory experience via their personal NFTs. Artemis Space Network was in the news last year when they sent the first ever digital art related to NFTs to space. They sent a piece that would later become minted as part of one of Micah Johnson’s Aku NFTs. As avid NFT collectors and space fans, the founders of NFTs2Space wanted to find a way to experience their Space Suit clothed Apes and Mutants in new and unique ways, and so the first ever NFT trip to space was chartered with Artemis as “Crypto Crew 1” on December 1st, 2021. The rest is history. Not to miss out on the fun, real life former astr... read More



NFT Sales Increased by 34% This Week, Azuki Takes Top Sales, NFT Interes...

    Non-fungible token (NFT) sales have increased this week after a small 2.15% drop the week prior. During the last seven days, NFT sales are up 34.62% from $579 million to $779 million. The NFT collection with the most sales this past week was Azuki, as the collection's NFT sales jumped 94.68% higher than the week before. NFT Sales Rebound After Last Week's Drop in Volume NFT market activity has picked up some steam over the last week as NFT sales increased by 34.62%, according to current statistics on Monday. The $779 million in sales derived from 14 different blockchains, and Ethereum sales saw the second-largest increase. Ethereum NFT sales are up 40.39% this week gathering $672 million of NFT sales during the last seven days. The largest sales increase took place on the Wax blockchain as Wax-based NFT sales increased by 142.68% this week. Following Wax and Ethereum NFT sales, the third-largest amount of weekly NFT sales by blockchain network is Solana, which spiked 21.07% during the last seven days. The most expensive NFT sale during the last week took place 17 hours ago when Cryptopunk 8865 sold for 450 ether or $1.57 million. Cryptopunk 4985 was the second most expensive NFT sale, gathering 217 ether or $732K at the time of settlement. The third-biggest NFT sale this week was Bored Ape Yacht Club 1562 for $697 million or 200 wrapped ether (WETH). Azuki took this week's top position in terms of the NFT collection with the most NFT sales volume. Out of 735 buyers and 1,1... read More



The Largest Crypto Hack, Bitcoin Volatility, and Azuki Airdrop: This Wee...

    This week was nothing short of eventful from all ends of the spectrum. The market went through considerable volatility, fortunately - it was to the upside for the most part. One of the most popular NFT series - Azuki - also airdropped additional NFTs to its holders while the anticipation and hype more or less doubled its value. All this while Axie Infinity's Ronin bridge was exploited for some $600 million in what can easily be the largest crypto hack ever. Let's unpack. Bitcoin was trading at around $44K this time last week, but it didn't take a lot for the cryptocurrency to start moving higher. By Monday evening, the price had already increased to almost $48,000, where it consolidated for a few days. Market participants were unable to move BTC in either direction. All that changed on Thursday, but unfortunately, the bears took over and pushed the price back towards $45,000 - where it's currently trading. The rest of the market followed in Bitcoin's footsteps with certain obvious exceptions. Ethereum is up about 8%, BNB - about 5%, AVAX - 8%. Solana managed to increase by a whopping 26% on news of OpenSea integration, whereas LUNA is up 10.9% as Do Kwon doesn't seem keen on halting the Bitcoin buys. Meanwhile, Axie Infinity's Ronin bridge got exploited for a whopping $600 million. The leader of Axie Infinity's Kapital DAO - Sam Peurifoy - even suggested that they might sell some of its equity to raise the funds necessary to reimburse all the users. Stepping into the realm of... read More



NFT Sales Slid Lower This Week, Cronos NFT Volume Jumps 236% Higher, Azu...

    Last week, non-fungible token sales saw an improvement after tumbling week after week in terms of sales volume. This week, NFT sales are down 2.15% from last week's $544.6 million to this week's $539.2 million. The top NFT collection in terms of weekly sales was the Azuki compilation of collectibles, as the project saw a 318% increase in sales during the last seven days.Weekly NFT Sales Drop 2%, Cronos and Solana NFT Sales Spike Data stemming from the non-fungible token (NFT) economy indicates that sales are down this week by 2.15%. Statistics indicate that NFT sales across 16 different blockchain networks recorded roughly $539.2 million in sales this week. Metrics from cryptoslam.io show that the blockchain Ethereum captured most of the week's sales with $443 million settled. However, Ethereum-based NFT sales are down 7.36% this week. The blockchain with the most NFT sales this week is Cronos as the network obtained $1.3 million in NFT sales, up 236% in the last seven days. Following Cronos was Solana's sales, as $44.7 million in NFT sales stemmed from the Solana network. Solana-based NFT sales are up 96% this week, which is followed by Binance Smart Chain's 86% sales increase this week. The two biggest losers in terms of seven-day NFT sales include the blockchain Polygon down 51% this week, and the blockchain network Waves saw a 92% drop in sales. Azuki Collection Takes the Top Sales Position This Week, Art Blocks' NFT Fidenza #692 Sells for $993K The top collection this w... read More



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