Most expensive NFT sold for 69 Million!
Beeple (b. 1981)
EVERYDAYS: THE FIRST 5000 DAYS
Token ID: 40913
Wallet address: 0xc6b0562605D35eE710138402B878ffe6F2E23807
Smart contract address: 0x2a46f2ffd99e19a89476e2f62270e0a35bbf0756
Non-fungible token (jpg) 21,069 x 21,069 pixels (319,168,313 bytes)
Minted on 16 February 2021.
JPGE image Beeple collection EVERYDAYS: THE FIRST 5000 DAYS sold by Christies with 69 million.
Each Everyday is themed around one of the 5000 days in the life of Beeple, aka Mike Winkelmann. Winkelmann created 5000 digital images as part of his Everydays series. In 2021, Christie's sold the transaction's non-fungible token (NFT) for $69.3 million, making it the most expensive NFT ever sold (higest nft sale).
Beeple has been posting new artwork every day since May 2007. Over 5,000 digital pictures have been created every day without interruption.
It is evident that Beeple has made immense progress as an artist as he compares Day 1 (1 May 2007) with Day 5,000 (7 January 2021). It all began with basic drawings every day. When Beeple began working in 3D, abstract themes, colors, forms, and repetitions became more prevalent. During the past five years, he has taken increasingly modern digital pictures.
Metapurse NFT and MetaKovan creator Vignesh Sundaresan purchased the NFT. A total of 42,329 Ethereum were spent on the artwork by Sundaresan.
Sundaresan and Winkelmann marketed twenty other Beeple works during the media frenzy surrounding the Everydays auction. Publicity stunt allegations have been made about the auction.
Despite this, Sundaresan does not own copy-rights. Using a web browser, you can view artwork in a virtual museum. As of today, Everydays is the most expensive NFT.
5-year fuel consumption removed from Earth:
10-year fuel consumption removed from Earth:
18 560 liters
Taking action to reduce air pollution.
Reducing the number of traffic jams.
Removing high-pollution cars from the Planet.
Cars will be bought from sellers that need cash immediately.
All fines must be paid before cars are removed from government registration.
The ownership transfer fee is 520AED (140 dollars). Government gets their fees.
History of NFT-S
A 2012 paper by Meni Rosenfield claims that the first non-fungible tokens were issued on the Bitcoin blockchain in 2012-2013. On the blockchain, non-fungible tokens represent real-world assets like precious metals, cars, and real estate. In addition to digital collectibles, coupons, and properties, Bitcoin can be used for a wide variety of purposes. Technology applications are described as possible uses of new technologies.
NFTs became mainstream in 2021 after Mike Winkelmann, aka Beeple, sold his NFT for $69.3 million, the highest price ever paid. New eras are emerging in digital art. For the first time in history, blockchain technology can reduce air pollution and combat climate change. To find out what are the best NFT tokens to buy, click here.