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Koala Intelligence Agency Statistics

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Koala Intelligence Agency NFT Collection Statistics

The Koala Intelligence Agency NFT collection is made up of 10,000 assets, all of which are currently live. The collection-to-wallet ownership ratio is approximately 1.966 to 1, with a 7-day average price of 0.190 ETH ($464). Over the last 24 hours, users have paid 0.35 ETH ($852) to own a part of the Koala Intelligence Agency collection, which is lower than the average Koala Intelligence Agency NFT price of 0.69 ETH ($1,687) since its launch.

Floor price

0.11 ETH ($1,687)

Market Cap

1,900 ETH ($1,687)

24 hour volume

6.63 ETH ($1,687)

Monthly price trend

0.616%

Total owners

5,086

NFTs in collection

10,000


History of Koala Intelligence Agency Collection

The Koala Intelligence Agency (K.I.A.) is a collection of 10,000 unique Koala Agent NFTs. As marketed by the project’s website, these secret agents are “fully trained and prepared to deploy”. Not only are they masters of disguise, but it is claimed they can easily blend in with the public for missions. The founders behind K.I.A. are known as J3, Thaaksi and Momo – represented by Koala Agents on the project’s website. When starting the NFT collection, the founders set out to create a collection of NFTs that brought together a great story, visually creative characters and a strong community of users. Koala Agent NFTs were first launched on 24 August 2021. As soon as they hit the market, they became an instant hit. The hype around Koala Agent NFTs has now resulted in several high-profile NFT enthusiasts buying them. Purchases have been made by Gary Vee, the creator of VeeFriends and founder of VaynerMedia; Brian Garret, the founder of Future Star Music Group; Logan Paul, the YouTube influencer; and Faze Banks, co-founder of Esports.

How to buy on OpenSea

The all-time average price of Koala Intelligence Agency is 0.691 ETH ($1,687), so expect to pay around that cost to secure an NFT in the collection:
  1. Fund your wallet with cryptocurrency to buy your NFT.
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  2. Find your NFT on OpenSea
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  3. Transfer ETH to a web3 wallet
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  4. Buy your NFT
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Koala Intelligence Agency sales and volume statistics

Information last updated January 24, 2022 06:01 UTC.
24 hour volume 7 ETH 1.69%
Koala Intelligence Agency sold in last 24 hours 19
24 hour average price 0.35 ETH
7 day volume 22 ETH -0.37%
Koala Intelligence Agency sold in last 7 days 117
7 day average price 0.19 ETH ($1,687)
30 day volume 339 ETH - 5.12%
Koala Intelligence Agency sold in last 30 days 1,569
30 day average price 0.22 ETH ($1,687)
All time average price 0.22 ETH ($1,687)
All time volume 12,874
Total Koala Intelligence Agency's ever sold 18,643


Koala Intelligence Agency examples

Evaluating Koala Intelligence Agency Collection

Koala Agent NFTs quickly grew in popularity thanks to a few key elements. The first is the creative artwork used within each NFT. Each Koala Agent is unique and pre-programmed to show specific fur, head, eyes, eyewear, mouth, body, face and accessory. Some of these characteristics are rarer than others and can potentially boost the price of a Koala Agent. Examples of rare traits include laser eyes, a hazmat suit and alien-type skin.

Some Koala Agents have 1 trait, while others have many more. The highest number of traits a Koala Agent can hold is 9, but most have 6 or 7. While more traits certainly make a Koala look visually appealing, more traits do not always indicate a higher value. For example, only 5 out of 10,000 Koala Agents have 1 trait, which makes these the rarest form.

In addition to aesthetic rarity, ownership of Koala Agents comes with a few additional perks. First, owners of Koala NFTs get access to the Private Koala network, which is a regulated Discord channel for “Central Intelligence Officers” to share intel. Access is also granted to KoalaHQ via a unique code that is attached to each Koala Agent. Within KoalaHQ, NFT holders can access an app used to play geocache games, the Walla Den and other upcoming experimental projects.

The current geocache game allows users to complete real-life missions for a chance to win extra NFTs or cryptocurrency prizes. The Walla Den allows Koala Agents to exchange disguises. The storyline of the K.I.A. is also extended further through the development and issuance of K.I.A. Case Files. These Case Files are a collection of additional NFTs that will be distributed on an ongoing basis to those holding existing Koala Agents.

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