According to statistics from cryptoslam.io, the GoT NFT collection holds the 13th position in terms of sales in the last 24 hours, with over $500,000 in 24-hour sales volume and almost a thousand buyers. The CEO and co-founder of Nifty's, Jeff Marsilio, expressed his excitement over the project, stating that their teams have worked tirelessly in order to create an interactive collecting experience for Game of Thrones fans to help them continue their journey within the beloved GOT universe.
Series 1 of Game of Thrones: Build Your Realm is sold out!— Nifty's (@Niftys) January 10, 2023
Thank you to everyone who picked up a Hero Box for the first drop of our Build Your Realm program. Browse secondary now: https://t.co/yXCUdBnOji
Series 2 coming soon to OpenSea.https://t.co/zSlpgkrqpb#BuildYourRealm pic.twitter.com/UcjxOA0mLK
Despite the criticism, the overall NFT marketplace remains optimistic about the project, stating that they have been working diligently to create an interactive collecting experience for all the Game of Thrones fans across the world. Since its launch two days ago, the project has generated a total volume of over 431 ETH (~$617,000) and is still growing at a fast pace. Although it has not yet made it to the trending list on OpenSea, the social media community seems to have taken the "terrible" artwork fairly well and found the humor in it.
Game Of Thrones NFT reveal— Loopify ?♂️ (@Loopifyyy) January 11, 2023
this is the worst thing I’ve ever seen pic.twitter.com/sMudsJgP2z