10 Most Expensive NFTs, Hundreds of Thousands for a Crypto Kitty?

2020-12-17 08:50:00 · 127 views · 4 min read


NFT enthusiasts might have witnessed the great development of the NFT market this year. The 30d volume reached 10.15M with a 115% growth. Total unique users of NFT marketplaces have increased by 214%.

NFTs are trading for enormous sums of money. Today, let’s have a look at the 10 most expensive NFTs!



Note: All the price calculations are based on the ETH price at the time of writing (1 ETH ~ $647). 



No.10 CryptoSpaceCommanders’ Sigma - 250 ETH


This Sigma NFT is a 1 of 1 ship in CryptoSpaceCommanders that was originally bought at 41 ETH. It was later resold for 250 ETH, worth about $161,000.

CryptoSpaceCommanders(CSC) is a sandbox space MMO that operates in a completely real-time, player-controlled economy. Players can travel to different star systems, mine stellar bodies for resources, craft items and ships to sell, battle pirates and other players while commanding their very own starship.




No.9 CryptoKitties’ Founder Cat #18 - 253.3368 ETH


CryptoKitties’ Founder Cat #18 was sold for 253.3368 ETH or $164,000.

CryptoKitties is probably the best-known blockchain game on Ethereum. It is the world’s first digital cat collection game based on blockchain technology.



This cat greets: *hissing noises*! I'm Founder Cat #18. I enjoy tripping my owner, eating until I loathe myself, and reading garfield. When no one's home, I invite my pals over and we listen to Rihanna. I look forward to riding unicorns with you.



No.8 Right Place & Right Time - 262 ETH


Matt Kane’s “Right Place & Right Time” was sold for 262 ETH, worth around $169,000.

What makes it special is that this digital artwork changes every day with the bitcoin price volatility, claims the artist.




No.7 Axie Infinity’s Angel - 300 ETH


Angel is one of 19 “triple mystic” Axies currently in existence in the Axie Infinity game. It costs 300 ETH, worth approximately $194,000. 

Axie Infinity is a digital pet universe where players can earn tokens by collecting and battling fantasy creatures called Axies.



No.6 Genesis - 302.5 ETH


Genesis is a striking pencil sketch and inked work by Jose Delbo, interpreted in oil on canvas by Trevor Jones. It was sold for 302.5 ETH, worth above $195,000 now.

Trevor Jones is also the creator of the “Picasso’s Bull” collection, a piece of which sold 26X of its original price




No.5 Decentraland’s Land at 22, 2 - 345 ETH


Decentraland’s Land at 22, 2 relies on its advantageous location in the game to sell for 345 ETH, worth around $224,000.

Decentraland is a decentralized virtual reality platform based on the Ethereum platform. Users are able to create, experience, and monetize their content and applications on this virtual land. In Decentraland, the land closer to popular places will be more expensive than more remote areas.




No.4 yInsure.Finance’s NFT insurance - 350 ETH


The 5000.0 ETH-Cover-NFT is an insurance based on yInsure.Finance, a project of Yearn.Finance. The 5000.0 ETH-Cover-NFT grants the owner insurance against smart contract errors on Curve.fi in the amount of 5000 Ethereum. The NFT costs 350 ETH, worth about $226,000.

yInsure.finance has created a new NFT era. Want to know more about NFT insurance? Check this article: A Mixture of DeFi, Insurance and NFT Mining?



No.3 F1® Delta Time’s A-1 Track - 9M REVV


A section of a track in F1® Delta Time game was sold for more than 9 million REVV tokens, worth approximately $260,000 at the time of writing. (REVV price $0.02893407 according to CoinGecko.)

F1® Delta Time is a game based on the Ethereum blockchain that allows users to collect, compete and trade unique F1 cars, drivers, and accessories.



No.2 F1® Delta Time’s 1-1-1 - 415.9 ETH


1-1-1 is the first car that F1® Delta Time released. It is an official limited edition, with only one in the world. It was sold for 415.9 ETH, about $270,000.

It is also the highest-priced NFT of 2019.



No.1 CryptoKitties’ Dragon - 600 ETH


The most expensive price for an NFT comes from the renowned CryptoKitties’ Dragon. This cute electronic cat costs about 600 ETH, or over $390,000.

Here’s how Dragon introduces herself: Salutations. I’m Dragon. I bit Rebecca Black when I was younger, but those days are gone. Believe it or not, spying on the neighbours is seriously exhilarating. You should try it sometime. Let’s connect on ICQ.



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