Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs

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Welcome to the world of modern art that has emerged at the intersection of NFT technology and traditional visual art.

NFT (NFT, non-fungible token) – a non-interchangeable, unique token – is a type of cryptographic token, each instance of which is unique and cannot be exchanged or replaced with another.

The growth of the NFT ecosystem and its rapid ascent to the global cultural stage can partly be explained by the closure of our physical world during the COVID-19 pandemic. When galleries closed their doors to their communities, NFTs as a digital environment and the concept of the metaverse began to resonate with collectors worldwide, seeking a new cultural experience.

Recent news has fueled interest in the technology. Indonesian student Sultan Gustav Al-Ghazali sold his selfies as NFTs and became a millionaire at the age of 22. How much can such tokens be worth? Today, we will discuss the most expensive NFTs – the top 10 Most Expensive NFTs.

1Everydays: the First 5000 Days, $69.3 million
Everydays: the First 5000 Days
Everydays: the First 5000 Days is a digital artwork created by Mike Winkelmann, professionally known as Beeple. The work is a collage of 5000 digital images created by Winkelmann for his Everydays series.

2HUMAN ONE, $28.985 million

HUMAN ONE is a hybrid digital and physical artwork by the renowned artist Mike Winkelmann, depicting a walking figure in a spacesuit against cosmic landscapes.

3CryptoPunk #7523, $11.75 million
CryptoPunk #7523
Next are CryptoPunks by Larva Labs, representing a synthesis of crypto aesthetics. Alien in mask #7523 is one of the nine alien CryptoPunks, and he is the only one wearing a mask, symbolizing the COVID-19 pandemic.

4CryptoPunk #3100, $7.67 million
CryptoPunk #3100
A total of 10,000 CryptoPunk images were released, including 6039 males and 3840 females, as well as special types such as aliens – 9, zombies – 88, and monkeys – 24. CryptoPunk #3100 is also one of the aliens and has a stripe on its forehead.

5CryptoPunk #7804, $7.60 million
CryptoPunk #7804
CryptoPunk #7804 is another CryptoPunk from Larva Labs – an alien with a pipe.

6CROSSROAD, $6.60 million

Another work by the well-known Beeple. The buyer, Dolphin Lucas, is actually a pseudonym, and the real owner’s name is unknown, all in the spirit of blockchain technology. Please share your comments on what is depicted in the painting.

7XCopy’s A Coin for the Ferryman, $6.034 million
Viewing the next work is hazardous to the eyes, as it depicts a dynamically changing portrait of a person.

8OCEAN FRONT, $6.00 million
Beeple did a great job; four out of ten works belong to him. The painting depicts a pile of shipping containers, campers, and old buses.

9CryptoPunk #5217, $5.59 million
CryptoPunk #5217
CryptoPunk #5217 is one of the 24 monkey CryptoPunks with an orange hat.

10Edward Snowden’s Stay Free, $5.40 million
Edward Snowden
The painting depicts the face of Snowden, made from pages of a US appeals court decision that ruled that the mass surveillance program exposed by Snowden violated US law.

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