Various Most Expensive NFTs in the World, Some Sold USD 2.9 million!

 NFT or Non-Fungible Token allows creators to ordinary people to sell their work as digital assets at prices that can be very expensive.

This NFT is owned by digital artist Pak and in December last year managed to sell US$ 91.8 million.

This is the most expensive NFT ever sold. The digital artwork, entitled Everydays: The First 5,000 Days, was created by artist Beeple. When it was auctioned off, the price was over USD 69 million or around Rp. 897 billion.

Twitter founder, Jack Dorsey, jazzed up the NFT trend by selling this first tweet on Twitter that he posted. This NFT managed to sell USD 2.9 million.

British scientist Sir Tim Berners Lee was the inventor of the World Wide Web in 1989. 30 years later, he sold his 9,555 line source code as NFT, and it fetched $5.4 million at auction.

LarvaLabs created and gave this NFT called CryptoPunk as many as 10 thousand items in 2017. Now, this NFT has become very expensive in value with the cheapest price reaching USD 100 thousand. Photo: queue-it

This NFT is an artificial intelligent NFT (iNFT) on the Ethereum blockchain. Her name is Alice and she can answer many questions. The company's maker, Alethea AI, has raised USD 16 million to continue developing it.

Croatian tennis player Oleksandra Oliynykova has auctioned off a small part of her arm as an NFT. This item sold for USD 5,000 on the Open Sea platform. He believes that this NFT will be of high value when his career accelerates.

Paris Hilton supports NFT and creates her own NFT series. Planet Paris, as the name suggests, sells a variety of items including a short video series and has already generated $1 million in sales.

Popular memes have also been sold as NFT. This Bad Luck Brian meme, for example, has been around since 2012. This man's real name is Kyle Craven and he sold his meme for USD 36 thousand.

The well-known fashion brand Louis Vuitton has also entered the NFT business. Uniquely, they made the video game Louis: The Game, where players can complete challenges to earn hidden NFTs. These include 10 digital artworks made by Beeple which hold the record for the most expensive NFT seller.

Similar to CryptoPunks, Bored Ape Yacht Club is a collection of 10,000 unique avatars created with an algorithm. Created by Yuga Labs, this Ape token is also a token of elite club membership. They have donated USD 850 thousand to the Orangutan Foundation and 101 NFT Bored Apples have been sold for USD 24.4 million at auction.

The company Metaverse Decentraland makes all of their in-game items NFT. Well, one of the biggest auction companies Sotheby's, opened their gallery in the world of the Metaverse. Visitors can come to see the NFT collection that was auctioned by Shoteby's.

NFTs are similar to collectible baseball or basketball cards because they are rare and can be sold. So don't be surprised if the sports world is getting serious about NFT. One of the LeBron James slam dunk videos has sold USD 210 thousand.

On the DraftKing marketplace, there are a variety of rare and expensive digital sports memorabilia. Here, you can find the signatures of Tom Brady, Simone Billes to Tony Hawk.

Blockchain company Injective Protocol bought Banksy's Morons for $95,000 and burned it. Well, they videoed the burning and sold it as NFT.

In March 2021 while NFT was being discussed a lot, New York Times journalist Kevin Roose wrote an article about it and idly put it up for auction. It turned out that the results were very good, USD 560 thousand.

With 880 million views on YouTuve, Charlie Bit My Finger's video is one of the most iconic. The original video was sold as NFT and sold for USD 760 thousand.

Coca Cola did not want to be left behind in following the NFT phenomenon and selling some rare items, including a bonus Coca Cola refrigerator. In the auction for 72 hours, generated money USD 575 thousand.

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