Top-10 Most Expensive NFTs in the World

NFT rage doesn’t seem to stop, bringing fortunes to the digital artists and meme makers. Here are the Top-10 most expensive NFTs that were literally sold for millions of dollars.

  1. Beeple’s “Everydays:The First 5,000 Days” 

A collage made from all the published works of Michael Winkelman aka Beeple since 2007 was the first NFT who showed the crypto community how much money one can make with nonfungible tokens. It was sold for $69.3 millions.

  1. Cryptopunk #3100

One of nine legendary Cryptopunks’ pixel aliens was sold for $7.58 millions.

  1. Cryptopunk #7804

It’s interesting that this art was sold for the similar price as the previous one, 4200 ETH, but the price shifted and this one actually cost $7.57 at the moment of sales.

  1. Beeple’s “Crossroads” 

This art that features Donald Trump defeated and covered with offensive slogans. It was sold for $6.6 millions. This art also had a plan B version that would have been created if Trump won the election. It would have featured Trump as a sportsman who walks through fire.

  1. Beeple’s “Ocean Front”

This NFT piece was bought by the founder of Tron, Justin Sun. He wanted to buy Beeple’s other art that goes first in this chart but his offer was bidden out so he purchased this one.

  1. Edward Snowden’s “Stay Free”

Edward Snowden’s portrait made of pieces of his scandalous trial’s documents was sold for $5.5 millions. All this money went to his Freedom of the Press Foundation.

  1. Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet

The first tweet ever created by the founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, was sold for $2.91 millions. It says “just setting up my twttr”.

  1. Cryptopunk’s #6965

One of 24 Cryptopunk’s monkeys was sold for $1.54 million.

  1. Murat Pak’s “The Pixel”

A simple grey 1×1 pixel by Murat Pak was sold for $1.36 million, repeating the success of Malevich’s “Black Square”.

  1. SSX3LAU’s “Auction Winner Picks Name”

A collaboration of two artists, 3LAU and Slim Sunday’s music video was sold for $1.33 million. The auction winner picked the name “Gunky’s Uprising”.

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