10 most expensive works in the world of NFT

 The record price of the NFT work is currently $91.8 million, showing the attraction of blockchain technology.

The work was then split into 312,686 pieces and distributed among 28,983 buyers, since The Merge is essentially made up of a collection of "blocks" that users can purchase individually. These pieces can be hoarded in larger blocks and sold on the market.

At the close of trading, clients spent a total of $91.8 million, making it the most expensive NFT in history.

The First 5000 Days - $69 million

Everydays: The First 5000 Days is an NFT by artist Michael Winkelmann, aka Beeple, offered at Christie's auction house starting at $100.

Higher prices are quickly taken up by crypto enthusiasts. Beeple is famous in the digital art community with many works worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Therefore, Everydays: The First 5000 Days only took a few hours to cross the $1 million mark and reach $69 million on February 21, 2021.

This is considered an important work for the NFT community, as it paved the way for the public to discover about NFT.

Human One - $29.98 million

Human One is the first physical sculpture by artist Winkelmann. It's a 2.1-meter-tall box with an LED screen that shows footage of a person dressed as an astronaut moving through scenes inspired by extraterrestrials, and can be viewed from many angles. different degrees.

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