Research Shows United States Is Home to 41% of NFT Companies Worldwide – Bitcoin News

According to a study called “A World of NFT Adoption” published by nftclub.com, the United States has the most non-changeable token (NFT) corporate headquarters in the world. While the US captures over 41% of NFT companies worldwide, the second largest number of NFT starting points comes from Singapore as the country is home to more than 10% in the region.

US has 91 NFT Companies, Singapore Follows with 24 Startups, Taiwan is World Leader in NFT Interest Rate

NFT Club has published a research report analyzing Google searches for non-tradable tokens and the amount of NFT companies worldwide. The study shows the country with the most interest in NFTs, according to Google queries on NFTs per 100,000 people. According to statistics from NFT Club, Taiwan leads the world with 2,300,330 searches and a population of approximately 23,888,595 inhabitants.

NFT Club’s study notes, “Using Google search data, we were able to identify which countries were doing the most searches for NFT.” “We looked at a number of common NFT search queries to reveal where people were most interested in non-tradable tokens and found their total volumes for 50 different countries over the past year.”

NFT searches are also popular in Australia, as the country occupies the second largest position in terms of interest. The number of NFT searches totaled 2,137,060 queries among a population of approximately 26,068,792 citizens. Taiwan and Australia top two for NFT interest by country per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Canada, Iceland and New Zealand.

Research Shows United States Is Home to 41% of NFT Companies Worldwide

NFT Club’s research also details that the United States is home to Forte Labs, the highest-funded NFT company, and Sorare, the second-highest-funded venture, comes from France. The USA is the leader in terms of most NFT companies worldwide, with 91 companies registered; this means that the US is home to 41.55% of all NFT startups. Singapore has 24 NFT companies based in the country, which equates to 10.96% of all NFT startups globally.

Today, India has the third largest NFT company in the country with a total of 11 businesses or 5.02% of the global total. India is followed by Canada, Australia, Japan and the United Kingdom, respectively. The US is home to five of the ten highest-funded NFT companies, as well as being the leader with most NFT firms. The list of US-based NFT firms includes Forte Labs, Opensea, Fancraze, Genies, and Pixel Vault, with a total of $1.6 billion in funding.

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Jamie Redman

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