Most expensive video NFT’s ever sold!
NFT is hitting the media and the general population in a sudden rush with OpenSea (one of the largest NFT trading platforms) having a trading volume of 3.5$ billion USD. The current trend of NFT seems to be largely revolving around different art forms and today we will be exploring video format and finding the top 5 most expensive NFT videos sold. (Feb 5th 2022)
1. CROSSROAD by Beeple ($6.6 million USD)
Beeple has become a celebrity within the NFT space on Twitter and Instagram. His dedication to producing a single piece of art every day for several years has seemingly paid off.
Artist, Pablo Rodriguez-Fraile, bought CROSSROAD for close to $67,000 USD in October 2020 from Beeple. After “hodling” for 5 months, Pablo resold the digital animated art for 6.6$ million USD. A mind-blowing sale that has shaken the NFT community.
3. Metarift by Pak ($906,709 USD)
Metarift by Pak - a well respected digital artist - sold “Metarift” for $906,709 USD. With a couple decades of crypto experience under his belt, Pak made it to the third on the list.
4. Charlie Bit Me by Davies-Carr Family ($760,999 USD)
Based in Dubai, 3F Music, bought the classic 2010 video “Charlie Bit Me” for $760,999 in May 2021. The video is still on Youtube to this day!
5. LeBron James “Cosmic” Dunk by NBA Top Shot 9 ($387,600 USD)
NBA TopShot paved the way for NFT to become more popular in the start of 2021. As the leading sport NFT marketplace with over $750 million USD sales in 2021, LeBron James “Cosmic” Dunk sold for $387,600 in February 2021.
NFT’s have paved a way for digital content creators to earn a sustainable living. With video being a very niche part of the NFT space right now, it would be foolish not to take advantage. Making videos can be challenging but through Podofly, a web-based audio-driven video studio, you can save countless hours editing your video. Simply convert audio to video in simple steps, you can create your first video NFT in minutes!