Cutieneers seem to be trying to sell more Cuties to finance their Halloween spending. Keeping a good stock of items for spooky crafting also appears to be a popular idea.
You can see the overall week by week supply trends below:
We see a drop in supply for almost every item group. The biggest drop in supply is experienced by weapons (↓ 26%) and helmets (↓ 26%).
While lootboxes and miscellaneous can boast relative stability, the rest lost at least 8% in supply.
However, the overall supply decrease didn’t affect all rarities at the same rate. For example, we can even see an increase in the supply of epic items (↑ 9%). Legendary (↑ 4%) and rare (↑ 3%) items remain in stable supply.
The biggest HODLing victims are unique (↓ 64%) and set (↓ 21%) items.
The top ten most popular items to list for sale were:
1 660 new lots containing 74 853 crafting ingredients were listed on the market. That’s a decrease of 6% in the number of lots compared to the week before. New item lots are also a bit smaller than the week before.
The competition is heating up only in the epic category. Other categories are either stable or experience a drop in supply.
After a moment’s rest, the item trade is growing once again. However, the lots Cutieneers chose to buy are smaller than the week before. Meanwhile, the Cutie trade has plummeted to the level we saw at the beginning of the season.
You can see the overall week by week sale trends below:
Last week, most of the item trade remained on TRON.
EOS — 685 item lots sold (↑ 13%)
MATIC — 412 item lots sold with an average price of 0.4 (↑ 6%)
NEO — 287 item lots sold with an average price of 0.04 (↓ 14%)
TRON — 1 539 item lots sold with an average price of 25 (↑ 4%)
There’s increased demand for accessories (↑13%), bracelets (↑20%), and lootboxes (↑27%). The demand for other types either remained stable or fluctuated around 5%. The only category that lost a lot of sales was headgear (↓11%).
Last week, Cutieneers increased their investment in epic (↑ 53%), legendary (↑ 39%), and rare (↑ 24%) items. Demand for other rarities remained more or less stable.
Interestingly, the most impressive increases in TRX turnover belong to rare, epic, and unique rarity types.