How to Get the Most Out of Your NFTs

Getting the most out of your NFTs isn't as difficult as you may think. It just takes a little bit of knowledge and practice. I've been an active participant in the NFT community for many years now, and have learned a lot along the way. So, in this article, I'm going to share a few tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your NFTs.
CryptoPunk #3100

CryptoPunks are non-fungible tokens that are created on the Ethereum blockchain. They have a unique attribute that determines their value. Most NFTs have one attribute, such as a headband or bandana, while some are rarer. In addition, there are nine unique 'Alien' punk types created by Larva Labs.

These punks are very valuable because they have certain features. For example, only 450 out of the 10,000 punks are wearing a white and blue headband. The next rarest skin to have is an Alien skin, while the second rarest skin is an Ape skin.

Some CryptoPunks also have special accessories, such as a bandana, pipe, or cap. The second most expensive NFT has a Cap Forward trait. It sold for 2,501 ETH in February.
XCOPY's "Right-click and Save As Guy"

Right-click and Save As Guy is a satirical NFT image created by artist XCOPY. It satirizes people who don't know what crypto art is. The image was sold for a whopping 1.6k ETH to rapper Snoop Dogg.

Beeple's "Everydays" NFT series, which includes The First 5000 Days, is one of the most expensive digital artworks in history. It sold for $69 million in 2021.

XCOPY is one of the most influential artists in the digital art world. His works often incorporate motion effects and dark dystopian illustrations. He also uses his artwork to raise awareness for ecological issues. Aside from his work, he is an outspoken proponent of the crypto community.
Beeple's Ocean Front NFT

If you are into NFTs, you've probably seen a piece called Beeple's Ocean Front. It is considered to be the most expensive NFT ever sold. This piece of art was made in response to the global climate crisis. The sculpture is created from shipping containers and trailers stacked on a platform.

The artwork also includes dual media servers, which help display the piece on four 16K video screens. In addition, Beeple crafted a seven-foot tall sculpture. He was able to sell his piece for $69 million at Christie's auction in 2021.

While Beeple is well-known in the digital art world, he is not alone. Many other artists have imitated his work.

"Human One" is the first physical piece of artwork from artist Beeple. The 3D moving sculpture features an astronaut exploring different environments.

Aside from its unique physical structure, HUMAN ONE also has a video sculpture. This sculpture is displayed in a transparent glass box, and is continually changing.

While the HUMAN ONE sculpture is the most expensive NFT ever sold, it is not the only one. The other most expensive NFT was a clock. It was designed to raise funds for Julian Assange's defense.

Unlike other NFTs, The Clock was designed as a collaborative project. Julian Assange is currently imprisoned on charges of spying on the US Government through WikiLeaks.
Everydays: The First 5000 Days

Everydays: The First 5000 Days is a non-fungible token (NFT) that is made up of 5,000 images by artist Mike Winkelmann. It was auctioned at Christie's on March 11, 2021, for a whopping price of $69.3 million.

Although every piece in the Everydays collection is a digital file, Beeple said that he intends to make more of his pieces physical in the future. He also plans to update his NFTs and add to them.

Before releasing his first NFT, Beeple worked on a series of digital artworks. These were set in post-apocalyptic landscapes. For the Everydays series, he created a series of 5,000 images, each of which is a digital file.

The most expensive NFT ever sold is a 'Ringers' collection. It is a generative artwork from Dmitri Cherniak, who is known for using JavaScript and automation to produce the pieces. This particular Ringers collection has 1000 unique pieces.

One of the first projects to launch in 2021, Ringers is a collection of generative art pieces. These are created using a transaction hash that is unique to each piece. Unlike other 'Ringers', this one features a white background and a splash of red.

The Ringers collection was a huge hit, generating a lot of buzz and helping to bring the concept of plagiarism onto the public agenda. Some people even said that the sale helped spread the conversation about crypto-artistic integrity.