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Autoglyphs Statistics

Key stats and how to buy Autoglyphs

Autoglyphs NFT Collection Statistics

The Autoglyphs NFT collection is made up of 512 assets, all of which are currently live. The collection-to-wallet ownership ratio is approximately 3.303 to 1, with a 7-day average price of 195.000 ETH ($282,462). Over the last 24 hours, users have paid 200.00 ETH ($289,705) to own a part of the Autoglyphs collection, which is higher than the average Autoglyphs NFT price of 41.51 ETH ($60,123) since its launch.

Floor price

248.16 ETH ($60,123)

Market Cap

99,840 ETH ($60,123)

24 hour volume

200.00 ETH ($60,123)

Monthly price trend

0.224%

Total owners

155

NFTs in collection

512

History of Autoglyphs Collection

Autoglyphs is a collection of generative art NFT created by Larva Labs. Larva Labs, which is owned by Matt Hall and John Watkinson, is the company behind popular NFT collections such as CryptoPunks and Meebits. Each Autoglyph is created by code running on the Ethereum blockchain. According to the project’s website the Autoglyph NFTs were the “first ‘on-chain’ generative art on the Ethereum blockchain. The project was first launched in 2019, and initially created as an experiment. An Autoglyph was created for anyone that was willing to donate 0.2 ETH, which was approximately $35 at the time. All donations were then sent to the company’s chosen charity - 350.org. Only 512 glyphs were produced. Once the 512th one had been created, the glyph generated shutdown. The glyphs can now only be accessed via the secondary market.

How to buy Autoglyphs on OpenSea

The all-time average price of Autoglyphs is 41.506 ETH ($60,123), so expect to pay around that cost to secure an NFT in the Autoglyphs collection:
  1. Fund your wallet with cryptocurrency to buy your NFT.
    Most NFTs on OpenSea are bought and sold using Ether, the native crypto on the Ethereum blockchain. Make sure you have enough ETH in your wallet to cover the cost of the NFT and any related fees, like gas. If you're a bit short, compare ways to buy ETH to reload your wallet.
  2. Find your NFT on OpenSea
    OpenSea has hundreds of thousands of NFTs listed, so consider looking through collections to help narrow down the selection.
  3. Transfer ETH to a web3 wallet
    MetaMask is a popular web3 wallet option, and our guide on MetaMask has detailed instructions on how to make the transfer.
  4. Buy your Autoglyphs NFT
    When you're ready to make your purchase, click the "Buy Now" button on the specific NFT you're interested in. OpenSea will show you the total cost, including fees, and after purchasing be sure to approve the transaction in your MetaMask wallet.

Autoglyphs sales and volume statistics

Information last updated July 04, 2022 06:07 UTC.
24 hour volume 200 ETH 0.00%
Autoglyphs sold in last 24 hours 1
24 hour average price 200.00 ETH
7 day volume 390 ETH 0.00%
Autoglyphs sold in last 7 days 2
7 day average price 195.00 ETH ($60,123)
30 day volume 490 ETH -0.10%
Autoglyphs sold in last 30 days 3
30 day average price 163.33 ETH ($60,123)
All time average price 163.33 ETH ($60,123)
All time volume 20,131
Total Autoglyphs's ever sold 485

Evaluating Autoglyphs Collection

Autoglyphs are instructional code-based generative art. Each glyph is generated by a “highly optimised generative algorithm that is capable of creating billions on unique artwork”. Each piece of artwork is then tokenised in ERC-721 format. The key difference between Autoglyphs and other NFT projects is that the art for each NFT is physically created and stored on the blockchain. Thanks to the generative algorithm, each NFT is unique.

Autoglyphs can be distinguished based on the images and instructions used to generate them. The images are totally different from one another. The viewable images, unlike the instructions for how to write them, are not generated on the blockchain. They are ASCII representations of the glyphs. The code for generating the glyphs lives on the blockchain. This means a glyph can be created again and again from the blockchain based on the seed information that was created in the transaction. Anyone owning a glyph can generate it endlessly.

In addition to launching the Autoglyphs collection, Larva Labs developed a CNC plotter that can physically render each Autoglyph and bring it into physical form.

Key Considerations

Autoglyphs could provide a great addition to your NFT collection. However, before adding these NFTs to your collection here are a few things worth considering:

Availability. Autoglyphs are available in image form. Each image is different from the next. There are only 512 Autoglyphs in the collection. No more Autoglyphs can ever be created, which adds a scarcity element to the project. All 512 autoglyphs are listed on Larva Lab's official site for viewing. Although they are scarce there are several third-party NFT marketplaces, including OpenSea, that list Autoglyphs for sale.

Generating code. Each Autoglyph has a unique generative code. The code can be used by an Autoglyph owners to generate the NFT as many times as they want. The code is stored on the blockchain and is only accessible to Autoglyph owners.

Cost. As a result of the scarcity element, Autoglyphs are now one of the most expensive NFT projects in the sector. According to OpenSea, the average floor price for 2021 was 112 ETH.

Design. Unlike other NFTs, the code for generating the NFT is stored on the blockchain. This means that the NFT can be recreated if necessary. Token holders do not have to worry about losing access.

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