September 7th's NF3 Recap: The Sevens, Missing Frontier and Art Blocks

Let's start with the elephant in the room. As far as ETH is concerned, those on the east coast woke up to a down market and some downward volatility before it finally settled out. At the time of writing, the price is floating around $3,365. When you compare this to the dizzying heights of near $4,000 last night, this number might seem disappointing, but remember: ETH is still up overall if you look seven days out. It's natural to panic, but things are looking optimistic for ETH overall.

Now let's talk projects. From the hottest algorithmically-generated collections to a PvP game to pay attention to, let's dive into some important moments from the past day or so. If you're just tuning in, read up on the NF3 from last week to find out what's been going on.

This article does not constitute formal financial advice. Always do your own research before investing.

1. The Sevens Sells Out

2. A Project to Watch: Missing Frontier

3. Art Blocks is Coming to Christie's

Other cool stuff:

The Sotheby's BAYC auction has marked another landmark in the NFT timeline. The auction for a lot of 107 Bored Apes has reached a whopping $19,000,000, with over a day left to bid. When major houses auction off an NFT project, it helps to bring more eyes from the old guard art world into the burgeoning world of NFTs.

Sotheby's also integrated a few interesting elements into this auction, including an HQ for the auction house in Decentraland. As the auction comes to a close on the 9th, we'll have to wait and see how a massive sale like this will reverberate throughout the rest of the market.

ONE37pm's very own Logan Larkin minted the second part of his collection Oilys today. Oilys V2 builds on the aesthetics of the previous collection, but expands past the restrictions of just skulls. It's just a really cool art project, referencing so much of what has made some NFT collections popular from a format-perspective, while incorporating some truly beautiful hand-drawn pieces. Check it out.

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