Top 10 Most Expensive NFT's
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First on our list Pak, a pseudonymous artist, produced The Merge. Nifty Gateway auctioned it for $91.8 million on December 6, 2021. This NFT was a collection of works for sale, split into 312,686 pieces and distributed to 28,983 investors.
The Merge has three big white masses on a black backdrop. Mass investors increased their mass. A scarcity mechanism ensures the token supply declines with time. Each Merge token delivered adds mass value and one token to the recipient address’s token.
#2 on our Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs. The First 5000 Days is the second-most expensive NFT sold. Beeple—digital artist Michael Winkelmann—created it. Christie’s received $100 offers from ordinary buyers and higher bids from bitcoin speculators.
NFT took hours to reach $1 million because crypto fans love Beeple and Crossroads. On February 21, 2021, Beeple accepted a $69 million part offer. MetaKovan, founder and CEO of NFT mutual fund Metapurse, made the offer. Our second-most-exclusive NFT is
The Clock, the third most expensive NFT, has a unique background. The PCA is raising cash for Julian Assange’s defense after his questionable 2019 incarceration.
Wikileaks founder Assange is imprisoned for alleged US government espionage. The sculpture’s clock shows Assange’s imprisonment days.
Clock NFT was sold to AssangeDAO, a DAO created to manage the deal, for $52.7 million in February 2022. (16,953 ETH). Developers also advocated NFT sequences. The producers give the show’s earnings to pro-freedom causes. #3 on our Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs.
Beeple’s initial sculpture is a four-screen 3D moving sculpture. It loops an astronaut exploring various areas at different periods. HUMAN ONE NFT shows the creator’s creative devotion. The idea arose from assembling multiple TVs into different shapes and patterns.
This composition progresses. Beeple remotely manages HUMAN ONE. In November 2021, Christie’s auctioned the object for $25 million, which was $28.9 million after fees.
#5 on our Top 10 Most Expensive. NFT’s In February 2022, Chain CEO Deepak Thapliyal bought CryptoPunk #5822 for $23.7 million. As a rare ‘Alien’ CryptoPunk, it sold at a premium. Only 333 punks wear bandanas, including #5822.
In March 2022, Yuga Labs acquired Larva Labs’ 10,000 Ethereum blockchain avatars, CryptoPunks. It has inspired new PFP NFTs like the Bored Ape Yacht Club with its NFT profile picture initiatives.
In a live Thursday morning auction, Sotheby’s sold a masked CryptoPunk known as Covid Alien for a hammer price of US$11.75 million, and then announced a second online sale of five CryptoPunks.
CryptoPunks exists for Tron. Justin Sun, Tron’s co-founder, spent $10.5 million for TPunk #3442 in August 2021. Joker-like TPunk #3442.
Justin Sun’s fame made this TPunk worth millions. Sun offered the NFT to APENFT, a Tron-based blockchain-based artwork tokenization venture. #7 on our Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs.
CryptoPunk #4156 is one of the most famous NFTs and the ninth most costly. #4156 launched Nouns, another NFT project known for its unique release and high prices, and Beeple used this punk in one of his works.
On December 21, 2021, CryptoPunk #4156 was sold for 10.26 million dollars after the creators disagreed on commercialization rights. Punk #4156 was purchased for $1.25 million and sold nine months later for over tenfold profit.
Our #9 most expensive NFT. CryptoPunk #5577, placed seventh, shows that NFT frenzy continued in 2021. February 2022 sold this sculpture for $7.7 million. The work was leveraged. Compound Finance creator Robert Leshner bought CryptoPunk #5577, a “Cowboy Hat” attribute.
CryptoPunk #3100, which sold for $7.6 million on March 11, 2021, completes our Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs list.
#3100 is one of nine “Alien” CryptoPunks in the whole collection, making it the rarest. Only 450 punks out of 10,000 have a white and blue headband, adding to its value.