Axie Infinity Tops NFT Searches In 112 Countries.
A study by CashNetUSA has found Axie Infinity to be the most searched for NFTs in 112 countries around the world.
The world of NFTs has grown beyond all expectations, now hosting millions of people worldwide. Sales of NFT collections may lead one to believe that the Bored Ape Yacht Collection is the largest NFT collection ever, but the reality is quite different.
According to CashNetUSA, Axie Infinity is the most searched for NFT in 112 countries, with Decentraland coming in second.
Axie Infinity is the most searched for community NFT in over 112 countries and its closest competitor, Decentraland, also only has the title in 43 countries. Decentraland however only dominates the demand in the United States.
The team also revealed that Singapore is the country with the highest number of people searching for NFTs. Meanwhile, Poland is the most anti-NFT country, with many NFT-themed tweets receiving negative responses.
In particular, Axie Infinity is the most searched NFT in 11 Central American and South American countries, including Chile, Brazil, and Ecuador. In addition, the NFT gaming coin is being investigated in a number of European countries, including Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Ukraine, and others.
In Oceania, particularly, which compromises Australia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, and New Zealand, Axie Infinity has absolutely no competition.
Africa on the other hand has a wide range of NFT collections finding preference in different countries. Aside from Axie Infinity and Decentraland, popular NFT collections include Sorare, Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), and Town Star.
Axie Infinity is mostly searched for in African countries like Morocco, Algeria, Niger, Ethiopia, and Mauritius. Data from Middle Eastern countries such as Turkey, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, and Iraq also shows that Axie Infinity is the most browsed NFT in these countries.
Although Axie Infinity and Decentraland are popular among NFT collectors and traders, investors have shown little interest in their native tokens. AXS and MANA were trading at $15.4 and $0.89, respectively, at the time of writing.
After recovering from a 37.46% drop, AXS has gained 16.6% in the last three days, but the coin still has a long way to go before attracting the attention of spot investors.
The same can be said for MANA, which increased by 15.69% after declining by 23.87%.