NFT stands for non-fungible token, It is unique and can’t be replaced. At a very high level, most NFTs are part of the Ethereum blockchain. Ethereum is a cryptocurrency, but its blockchain also supports these NFTs, which store extra information that makes them work differently from ETH coins. It is worth nothing that other blockchains can implement their own versions of NFTs.
Here we have a list of top most expensive NFTs 2022:
This is no.1 in the list, it is merged with the USD 91.8 million which is around IDR 1.3 Trillion. Taking the number one spot as the most expensive NFT ever sold, there’s the merge by digital artist PAK. PAK is another big name in the NFT space, having created some of the most iconic pieces of art out there. The artist’s true identity remains a total mystery, but that has not stopped them from having a massive presence in the digital art space.
2)The First 5000 Days
Here comes the first 5000 days which is in second place with the worth of USD 69 million which is around IDR 986 Billion in its first digital art auction, auction house Christie’s sold a large compilation of Beeple art for a record breaking 69 million. Beeple has been creating art every day since May 2007, not a day has gone by.
This one is with USD 28.9 Million which is around IDR413 Billion. This is another NFT from Beeple, and while it is not the artist’s most expensive creation, it may well be the most unique. Unlike most digital-exclusive NFTs, the Human one is a hybrid design that also incorporates physical elements. It’s a life size statue made of polished aluminium, mahogany, and four video screens that create a combined total resolution of 16K.
It is one of the most expensive Crypto Punk, and it is also one of the 9 Alien Punks. It sports a turquoise skin tone that is somewhat representative of the Squidward cephalopod often chosen from SpongeBob squarepants. Alien also wears a blue and white headband, although nearly 406 of the 10,000 characters have it. For sale on March 11, 2021, Punk started its journey from $76 in a 2017 bid, continuing to be valued at $2 million and finally at its current price of $7.58 million.