The 5 Most Expensive NFTs Ever Sold

As we all know, NFT is rapidly growing the painting and art industry in the blockchain world.

What is NFT? To explain it simply, NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. It’s another digital currency, just like Crypto. NFT is used to trade art, collectibles, photos, videos, games, and even Twitter accounts. In NFT there is only one piece in the world. It is so valuable that it is auctioned for millions of dollars ever. Today we will bring everyone to know the top 5 most valuable NFT works.


Jack Dorsey’s first tweet
2.9 million dollars 
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey tweeted on the platform he first created on March 22, 2006, with a short message: “Setting up twitter” (just setting up my twttr)

This money will be given to GiveDirectly to help the needy. and alleviate the problem of COVID-19 in Africa.


$6.6 million
This short 10-second video depicts the dystopian era by Mike Winkelmann (Beeple) mocking leading figures in American society.

The clip shows a giant baby boy holding his hair resembling former President Donald Trump, with lots of graffiti on his body, including the word Loser, lying face down on a lawn. As people passed by, they weren’t paying attention.

This piece was put up for auction on the Nifty Gateway platform, and the winner was Delphina Leucas.


CryptoPunk #7804
7.57 million dollars
CryptoPunk is a collectible card game project developed by Larva Labs running on Ethereum. will have a background color costume or different properties The rare species are Aliens, Epps, and Zombies.

Card #7804, one of only nine aliens, was auctioned by an unspecified account for 4,200 ETH last March.


CryptoPunk #3100
$7.58 million
Currently, #3100 is the most expensive CryptoPunk card today and is one of the 9 Alien Punk Rare cards just like #7804.

before reaching this point, the price of #3100 had started at 0.25 ETH on June 24, 2017, or $76 (US$2,371), or put it simply, the current price. 100,000 times more expensive than when it came out.


Everydays- The First 5000 Days
69 million dollars 
Beeple’s collection “every day” of 5000 images since May 2007, nonstop, mostly, if not to mention dystopian. It’s also a social satire. This work marks the first-ever digital art auction for a longtime company, Christie’s.

The winner was Vignesh Sudaresan, Founder of the Metapurse NFT Project and CEO of Portkey Technologies in Singapore.


As we can see, cryptocurrencies are no longer far away because this technology has become more popular. Can be used in our daily life. 
For example, you can now pay for hotels,or restaurants with digital currency through the mobile application today at ClassePay

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