Stacks Community (STX) market cap reclaimed $1 billion on Feb. 22, following a weeklong rally that noticed it rise by 135%, in keeping with StarCrypto’s information.
In Dec. 2022, STX’s market cap dropped to as little as $285 million, coinciding with when the broader crypto market was recovering from FTX’s capitulation and the record-low buying and selling worth of Bitcoin (BTC).
Nonetheless, STX has surged by greater than 200% in 2023 following the elevated demand for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on BTC’s blockchain community.
Ordinals NFT may push Stacks to new highs: Matrixport
A Matrixport analysis report shared with StarCrypto on Feb. 22 stated STX may turn out to be a billion-dollar token.
The report famous the current hype round Bitcoin NFTs and the eye it has delivered to Stacks.
Based on Matrixport, Bitcoin NFTs are not a new idea; nonetheless, the current hype round them can probably make “Stacks Community a multi-billion greenback token.”
The report highlighted how the Stacks community leverages Bitcoin’s high-level safety to supply sensible contract compatibility for the flagship digital asset ecosystem. It added that the L2 community is well-positioned to develop Bitcoin’s DeFi additional.
Matrixport’s head of analysis Markus Thielen stated:
“The full potential of the Stacks Community is starting to get acknowledged which can gas the STX token rally even additional.”
NFT buying and selling quantity soars on Stacks community
In the meantime, obtainable information exhibits that Stacks-based NFT marketplaces’ buying and selling quantity has surged within the final 30 days.
Based on Dappradar information, Gamma’s quantity elevated by greater than 1000% within the final 30 days to over $300,000. One other market tracked by Dappradar on Stacks Megapont rose 150% to round $100,000 throughout the identical interval.
The mission’s co-founder Muneeb Ali famous that over 650,000 Bitcoin NFTs had been minted on the community, and the overall worth of belongings locked inside the sensible contract has already crossed $250 million.