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Most Expensive NFT Art - "Everdays" by Beeple sold for 69 million!

Beeple details:

Beeple (b. 1981)

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. 

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Mike Winkelmann ( Beeple) art EVERYDAYS: THE FIRST 5000 DAYS sold with 69 million. 

Beeple, aka Mike Winkelmann, is the creator of The Everydays: the First 5000 Days. Winkelmann created 5000 digital images for the Everydays series. A non-fungible token (NFT) associated with the transaction was sold by Christie's in 2021 for $69.3 million, making it the most expensive NFT ever sold.



As of May 2007, Beeple has been posting a new work of art online every day. For 5,000 days, he has created a digital picture every day without missing a beat.

A comparison of Beeple's Day 1 (1 May 2007) and Day 5,000 (7 January 2021) reveals his enormous progress as an artist. Everydays began with basic drawings. Once Beeple began working in 3D, they adopted abstract themes, colors, forms, and repetitions. Over the last five years, his digital pictures have become increasingly timely, often reflecting current events.


Metapurse NFT and MetaKovan creator Vignesh Sundaresan purchased it. The artwork was purchased for 42,329 Ethereum by Sundaresan.

Sundaresan and Winkelmann took advantage of the media frenzy surrounding the Everydays auction to drive sales of speculative assets associated with twenty other Beeple works. There have been accusations that the auction is a publicity stunt.

However, Sundaresan does not receive the copyright for the artwork. With a virtual museum online, anyone can view artwork via a web browser. Till today Everydays remains the most expensive NFT art.

More about NFT-s.

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are unique digital assets that are often used to represent ownership of a specific piece of art or other collectible. The value of NFTs is determined by the market, and some NFT artworks have sold for extremely high prices.


One of the most expensive NFT artworks ever sold is "Everydays: The First 5000 Days" by the artist Beeple. The artwork, which consists of 5000 unique images created by Beeple over the course of 13 years, was sold for $69.3 million at a Christie's auction in March 2021.


Other notable examples of expensive NFT art include:


"CryptoPunks" by the artist duo known as Larva Labs, which sold for $69 million in a Christie's auction in March 2021.


"Chain links" by the artist Fewocious, which sold for $6.6 million in a Christie's auction in March 2021.


"Everydays: The First 5000 Days" by Beeple, which sold for $69.3 million in a Christie's auction in March 2021.


"CryptoKitties" by AxiomZen, which sold for $1.3 million in a Christie's auction in March 2021.


It's important to note that the value of NFT art, like any other asset, can fluctuate and may not always hold its value. It's always a good idea to do your own research and consider your financial goals before making any investment decisions.

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