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SupDucks Statistics

Key stats and how to buy SupDucks

SupDucks NFT Collection Statistics

The SupDucks NFT collection is made up of 10,001 assets, all of which are currently live. The collection-to-wallet ownership ratio is approximately 2.962 to 1, with a 7-day average price of 1.684 ETH ($6,408). Over the last 24 hours, users have paid 1.90 ETH ($7,245) to own a part of the SupDucks collection, which is higher than the average SupDucks NFT price of 1.15 ETH ($4,373) since its launch.

Floor price

1.70 ETH ($4,373)

Market Cap

16,842 ETH ($4,373)

24 hour volume

79.97 ETH ($4,373)

Monthly price trend


Total owners


NFTs in collection


History of SupDucks Collection

SupDucks is an NFT collection created by celebrity artist Franky Aguilar – better known by his online pseudonym Frankynines. The concept art for the very first duck was brainstormed in 2016, culminating in the collection of 10,000 unique duck avatars being sold in July 2021. The ducks each have identifying characteristics that determine rarity and value and are procedurally generated from a pool of hand-drawn items. They can be purchased as eggs and, once transacted, will “hatch” within a few minutes.

The public sale for SupDucks was met with enthusiasm, with the 10,000 eggs on offer being sold out in a matter of hours. The third-party market for SupDucks has cooled recently in terms of volume, with an average of approximately 40 NFTs sold daily on marketplaces like OpenSea in October. However, the average price of SupDucks sold has risen substantially – from US$500 in July 2021 to over US$10,000 in September.

How to buy on OpenSea

The all-time average price of SupDucks is 1.149 ETH ($4,373), so expect to pay around that cost to secure an NFT in the 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. If you're after an NFT from the collection, we've listed some on this page for your convenience.
  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 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.

SupDucks sales and volume statistics

Information last updated January 04, 2022 10:01 UTC.
24 hour volume 80 ETH -0.01%
SupDucks sold in last 24 hours 42
24 hour average price 1.90 ETH
7 day volume 802 ETH 2.93%
SupDucks sold in last 7 days 476
7 day average price 1.68 ETH ($4,373)
30 day volume 1,315 ETH - 0.11%
SupDucks sold in last 30 days 954
30 day average price 1.38 ETH ($4,373)
All time average price 1.38 ETH ($4,373)
All time volume 18,915
Total SupDucks's ever sold 16,457

SupDucks examples

Evaluating SupDucks Collection

The SupDucks NFT collection draws parallels to other legacy, avatar-based collections, such as CryptoKitties.

The characteristics that define the value and rarity of a Duck avatar are really broad. In total, there are 164 unique attributes that your SupDuck NFT can possess, along with 10 Super Ducks – the rarest duck you can get.

The categories that determine specific SupDuck traits include backgrounds, skins, clothes, hats, mouths and eyes. This range means that the avatars have a higher chance of being unique and personal and is an incentive for collectors to own more than just one SupDuck NFT.

SupDucks are built on the Ethereum network and use the ERC-721 token standard.

The most expensive SupDuck ever sold is known as SupDuck 0, which went for a whopping 75 ETH (equivalent to over US$230,000).

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