7 most famous and expensive NFTs of all time
NFTs (Non-fungible Tokens) has become the buzzword in today’s modern world and people are going nuts after them as they are quite fun and bring them more joy. NFTs are unique and non-interchangeable units of data that are stored on a digital ledger using blockchain technology to build a proof of ownership. NFTs are digital collectibles in the form of videos, audio, photos, and other digital types of digital files. However, unlike crypto, you cannot exchange NFTs for other tokens.
Talesation has shared a list of the most famous and expensive NFTs in the world.
- Everydays: the First 5000 Days ($69.3 million)
Everydays, the first 5000 days have been sold by Mike Winkelmann, nicknamed Beeple, for $69.3 million which broke the record for digital artworks sales and become the most valuable sales. This NFT is a JPG file that consists of a collage of scores of images created by Beeple. A single picture in the collage is usually sold at auction. This collage contains pictures from when Beeple began exhibiting his online work back in 2007.
2. CryptoPunk #3100 ($7.58 Million)
CryptoPunk has become another form of a new NFT. This NFT was sold at $7.58 million. This type of NFT belongs to a group of nine aliens. Crytopunks have 10,000 punks in stock. Out of which 9 are aliens. However, these 9 aliens are quite very valuable amongst their collection. Cryptopunks were the first NFT that made its way to the market and are sold for millions of dollars.
3. CryptoPunk #7804 ($7.57 Million)
Cryptopunk #7804 was sold out for $7.57 million. This type of NFT is another alien with a pair of small shades with a smoke cloud coming out of it and along with a front-facing cap. 317 punks come with a pair of small shades while 378 punks come with pipe. Besides the regular cryptopunks, zombies, aliens, and apes are the uncommon cryptopunks.
4. Ocean Front ($6 million)
Ocean Front is another painting by Beeple that was sold out for $6 million. The ocean front painting features a tree above cargo containers and trailers that are sitting on top of a platform on a ocean floor. This painting shows its relation to the current climate change crisis on earth.
5. Stay Free ($5.4 million)
Stay Free was sold at a price for $5.4 million. This NFT stay free artwork includes the decisions made by US court judgement about the illegal mass monitoring of National Security Agency with the iconic portrait of the whistleblower.
6. Death Dip ($1.58 million)
Death Dip was sold out at a price for $1.58 million. This NFT is on SuperRare. However, this NFT is super expensive and was the 14th NFT available on the website.
7. Replicator ($4.1 million)
Replicator was sold out at a price for $4.1 million. This NFT is a narrative about a machine that travels through time. It shows a reflection about the past remarkable inventions and he evolution of modern technology as a metaphor. The replictor is a type of NFT that produces new NFT every 28 days.