April 19, 2024

Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs of All Time  

When digital artist Kevin McCoy made the first non-fungible token or NFT called “Quantum” in 2014, did he ever imagine it would become a digital sensation?

In 2021, NFTs exploded in popularity, taking the crypto market by storm. Besides art, NFTs have been making waves in other industries, including eSports, online casinos, and video games.

Although the craze over NFTs we witnessed in 2021 has waned a bit, they are still minting billions of dollars while changing hands.

Here is a list of the top 10 most expensive NFTs of all time. Here we go!

Everydays: The First 5000 Days

Everydays NFT is a digital collage comprising 5,000 separate images made by Beeple every day spanning more than 13 years. The NFT went under the hammer at Christie’s auction house for a whopping $69.3 million in March 2021.


Clock NFT is the brainchild of Pak and Julian Assange, which counts the days that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been in prison and raised funds for his legal defense. In November 2021, Clock fetched $52.7 million and went to AssangeDAO, who raised funds to buy the NFT.

Human One

Beeple makes a comeback for the No. 3 position on this list with Human One. The uniqueness of this NFT is it has both a physical and a digital element that changes based on Beeple’s input. In November 2021, Human One fetched a selling price of $28.9 million.

CryptoPunk 5822

CryptoPunk 5822, created by Larva Labs, is an iconic “alien” punk with a trait that only nine CryptoPunks share. In February 2022, the NFT changed hands for $23.7 million.

CryptoPunk 7523

CryptoPunk 7523 is a creation of Larva Labs and has the “alien” trait that fetched an impressive price of $11.75 million in June 2021 at Sotheby’s.

TPunk 3442

Tron Punk or TPunk 3442 is an assembly of 10,000 NFTs created by TPunks in 2021 and got the attention as “the first NFT on Tron Blockchain.” In December 2021, Tron Blockchain founder Justin Sun bought the NFT for $10.5 million.

CryptoPunk 4156

CryptoPunk NFT continues to dominate this list. In December 2021, CryptoPunk 4156 netted $10.26 million. The NFT got its name due to its investor Punk4156, who later altered it to 4156.

CryptoPunk 5577

Yet another CrypoPunk on the list! This one is CryptoPunk 5577 with the rare “ape” trait and a cowboy hat. In February 2022, the NFT fetched $7.7 million.

CryptoPunk 3100

CryptoPunk 3100 also comes with the rare “alien” trait, just like other versions on the list, and netted $7.58 million in March 2021.

CryptoPunk 7804

The last one on the list, CryptoPunk 7804, also has the coveted “alien” trait. In March 2021, the NFT pulled off $7.57 million.

Closing Words

It was a roundup of the all-time list of the most expensive single-edition NFT collections. Hopefully, it will give you some ideas and inspiration if you are considering investing in NFTs.

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