Castaways Second Collection Mints Out, Finds New Floor Price

Castaways Second Collection Mints Out, Finds New Floor Price

Castaways - The Islands, the second NFT projects from Branch, minted out today and established a floor price around 3.5 to 4 ETH. The collection is closing in on 100 ETH in total volume trade as of the writing of this post.

This mint follows Castaways - The Raft, the first NFT project from Branch, the company behind Castaways, an island survival sandbox game built on the blockchain. Rafts currently have a floor price of 22 ETH.

Both NFTs have their own in-game utility.

"The Raft is a simple water vessel constructed of timber and rope and is useful for locating unclaimed islands," the Castaways team explains on OpenSea. "Its increased propulsion makes it essential for efficiently navigating large bodies of water."

While rafts are for travel, islands are for building new civilizations.

Island NFTs are described as "a small remote island where you must work with others to survive and build a thriving new civilization," and wants players to "strategically use what is available on your island so you can survive and produce more resources in the future."

More about Castaways - The Raft

At the time of publish, the Castaways - The Raft floor price sits at 16.69 ETH, and has stayed relatively flat over the past 24 hours on 0 ETH volume of transactions. Over that same timeframe, no sharp wallets have bought or sold NFTs in the the Castaways - The Raft collection. Catch up on other recent Castaways - The Raft news here.

Recent Castaways - The Raft Sales

#69sold at 11/14 5:11pm for
8.67
#69sold at 11/12 5:11pm for
6.02

Recent Castaways - The Raft Listings

#75listed at 11/30 5:11am for
45.0
#75listed at 11/30 5:11am for
45.0
#96listed at 11/30 1:11am for
16.7
#96listed at 11/30 1:11am for
16.7
#96listed at 11/30 1:11am for
13.0
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