Most Expensive NFTs

Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs Ever Sold

NFTs – non-fungible tokens – have recently become extremely popular in the digital world. And all because these digital assets are one-in-a-kind and interchangeable, that means you can’t exchange them for other tokens. NFTs might represent different digital files – from artworks and videos to music and images. Develop NFT whether you are willing to sell your creative works and gain a high income. This article will discuss a list of the most expensive NFT sold that will significantly motivate you to act.

Top 10 most expensive NFT ever sold

1. Everydays: the First 5000 Days – $69.3 million

This NFT created by Mike Winkelmann (a nickname Beeple) was sold for a stunning almost $70 million and became the most expensive NFT art sold at Christie’s Auction House. This JPG file incorporates a collage of multiple pictures made by Beeple from 2007.

2. CryptoPunk #3100 – $7.58 million

CryptoPunk is a so-called creature of a group of 9 aliens. An NFT with a depiction of CryptoPunk was sold for $7.58 million and became a true breakthrough! There are around 10,000 punks in stock, but only several of them are more valuable than others.

3. CryptoPunk #7804 – $7.57 million

Another creature from the series of CryptoPunks was successfully sold for $7.57. Unlike the previous CryptoPunks, this one is depicted with a pipe and a few clouds of smoke.

4. Crossroads – $6.6 million

An NFT most expensive work from our list belongs to Beeple, too, and was sold right before selling the stunning Everydays. Crossroads represent the American presidential election in 2020 and have two versions – whether Trump wins or not.

5. Ocean Front – $6 million

No doubt, Beeple is a talented author as he creates a few works of our top, including one called Ocean Front. This NFT represents the issue of the current earth’s climate change crisis by depicting cargos and trailers on top of a platform on the ocean floor.

6. Stay Free – $5.4 million

This artwork shows the iconic portrait of an offender with the lyrics in the background. Stay Free represents the decision of the US court judgment that says that NSA’s massive monitoring was illegal.

7. Replicator – $4.1 million

The uniqueness of this artwork is its ability to produce new NFTs every 28 days. The replicator itself expresses the evolution of modern technologies.

8. The first Tweet – $2.9 million

The NFT that simulates the first tweet written by a creator of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, was sold to a Malaysian businessman for a record $2.9 million. Interestingly, the gained money was donated to a nonprofit, GiveDirectly.

9. Death Dip – $1.58 million

The site called SuperRare places Death Dip. This NFT takes 14th place on the site, but herewith the most valuable.

10. Quantum – $1.58 million

The digital asset named Quantum completes our top of the most expensive NFTs. This artwork is an animation that can generate new shapes on its own.