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4 Best NFT Art Pieces that Rocked the Marketplaces

Non-Fungible tokens (NFTs) have taken the market by a supreme storm because of their wide usability and accessibility. It has been super beneficial for artists and gamers alike. Artists don’t have to wait for exhibitions and galleries to set up in order to display their talent. They can also skip the formality of contacting a third influential person or an expert in the industry to get recognition. They can take their digital art and sell it on the NFT marketplace. The only catch is that their art should be absolutely out of the box to get users’ attention. 

If you look at art collections like Bored Ape Yacht (BAYC) or CryptoPunks, you can notice that they take uniqueness and blend it with colors so that the users can put them on their display pictures on social media or just use them to add colors to a bland place. You can look at different art pieces and come to your conclusion about what made them famous. Then, find how you can do that to your art and become famous or at least recognizable enough that people buy your art.

Best NFT

In this article, we have listed some of the most famous NFT art pieces, which will help you figure out what makes them different from others and how you can add that to your own art pieces to gain recognition.

  1. Azuki

Floor Price: $15,444.15

Total Market Cap: $154,441,525.68

The Most Expensive Piece Sold: $404,000

This is one of the biggest names in the NFT art marketplace. The collection includes 10,000 assorted pieces of exceptional avatars, giving you the perk of accessing “The Garden.” They are famous for being the “self-proclaimed skaters” in the NFT world. The unique thing about this collection is that it has been switching between the digital and physical worlds and has drawn many enthusiastic NFT collectors. Azuki uses partnerships and characters to boost streetwear collabs along with dropping the new NFT collection.

  1. Bored Ape Yacht Club – BAYC

Floor Price: $89,949.20

Total Market Cap: $884,653,749.86

The Most Expensive Piece Sold: $3.4 Million

Well, everyone has seen BAYC’s art, as they were the first ones to make NFT popular. They are the trademark and pioneer of rising NFTs to the popularity they have today. Its creator, Yuga Labs, developed a unique and funky avatar collection, and each piece has its own distinctive characteristic. They are accessible through the ETH blockchain and can be bought through the same cryptocurrency. The bitsoft 360 used for this unique collection has compelled people to buy it for thousands and show it off proudly on their social media profile pictures. 

  1. CryptoPunks

Floor Price: $85,590.43

Total Market Cap: $8,490,000

The Most Expensive Piece Sold: $23.7 million

One of the trendiest NFT art in the marketplace is the CryptoPunks. NFT enthusiasts have been drawn to this street style, and punky collection of this digital art as most of them could feel recognized and seen through the representation of this art piece. The collection includes a total of 10,000 one-of-a-kind 8 bit characters established with a punk theme. Every piece is different from another through a slight difference which is helpful in determining the overall value of that particular piece.

  1. Dribblie

Floor Price: $0

Total Market Cap: $895.29 Billion

The Most Expensive Piece Sold: N/A

If you are looking for an NFT piece to start your venture with, then Dribblie would be your best choice. It not only provides an art piece to invest in, but you can also earn rewards through ownership, skating, and renting NFTs. This football manager game is one of its kind and providers gamers a great chance to show off their skills and earn rewards through it. The unique thing about Dribblie is its deflationary mechanism that helps stabilize the value of the remnants over time. 

Ending Statement

NFTs can be a good source of investment, but only if you know the background and detail of each art piece you plan to buy. You should buy something just because a social media influencer or celebrity has bought it. If you have extra money lying around, then go for it. But if you are serious about investing in digital art so that you can use the money in the future for your requirements, then do complete research and only choose those pieces that have the potential to grow over time.

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