Top 5 Most Expensive NFT

The Top 5 Most Expensive Nft

NFTs are growing increasingly popular, as investors and collectors look to get involved in the latest blockchain craze — and some of the prices being paid for these prices are insane. Here are the top 5 most expensive Nft. Take a look!

 

5. CryptoPunk #3100 — $7.67m

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CryptoPunk #3100 ranked in the 5th position with $7.67M sold value of the top 5 most expensive Nft

#3100 became even more expensive than #7804 on March 11, 2021, one day after #7804 sold. A seventh most rare CryptoPunk, #3100 is another Alien punk wearing just a headband.

4. CryptoPunk #7523 — $11.75m

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CryptoPunk #7523 ranked in the 4th position with $11.75m sold value of the top 5 most expensive Nft. 

Its price matches its rarity, as #7523 is even rarer than its CryptoPunk compatriots.

Here the question arises, What is the true value of CryptoPunks #7523 and #7524, considering how rare both of those are?

3. Beeple’s HUMAN ONE — $28.985

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Beeple’s HUMAN ONE ranked in the 3rd position with $28.985 sold value of the top 5 most expensive Nft. 

In fact, Beeple occupies three of the top places in this list of the most expensive NFTs ever sold.

An interview with Christie’s revealed that his previous work ‘Everydays’ was closely linked to HUMAN ONE, which sold on November 9, 2021. 

2. Everydays: the First 5000 Days — $69.3m

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Everydays: The First 5000 Days ranked in the 2nd position with $69.3m sold value of the top 5 most expensive Nft. 

Beeple’s most expensive NFT ever sold to a single owner has a good reason.

This piece is a collage of 5000 pieces of Beeple’s high-quality work that so well respected within the community. This is the result of his daily commitment to produce a piece of art starting in 2007. It is without a doubt well worth the effort.

1. Pak’s ‘The Merge’ — $91.8m

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Pak’s ‘The Merge’ in the 1st position $91.8m sold value the top 5 most expensive Nft.

A total of $91.8m was spent by over 30,000 collectors for the Merge, making it the most expensive NFT ever sold.

There are only a few NFTs on this top 5 list that have had multiple owners, which you can see in the crazy price tag.

There is no doubt that NFTs are becoming more popular with time, but it really begs the question: how high will NFT prices go?

It should come as no surprise that if you own NFTs, you could end up with a significant profit

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