We have heard a lot about non-fungible tokens or NFTs, and many artists have put their one-of-a-kind digital works up for auction and sold them for a lot of money, from Art Blocks to Beeple and Art Blocks.

It is a trend that has already pushed the bounds of art in the purest sense. This was the case with Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, who sold a token for his first tweet, which was published on the social site in 2006 for approximately $2.9 million, or the source code of the World Wide Web, which was created by inventor Tim Berners-Lee and was auctioned for 4.6 million last June.

Beeple’s “Everydays: The First 5,000 Days,” a collage comprising of 5,000 photographs measuring at 21,069 x 21,069 pixels and purchased at Christie’s for over $69 million by a Singapore-based programmer, remains the world’s most expensive NFT artwork to this day.Moreover, there are artists like Matt Hall and John Watkinson of the American studio Larva Labs who came up with the idea of creating an algorithm that can automatically generate 10,000 pixel-style portraits, which were later made public sold under the name CryptoPunks: in this case, VNM USA analyzed the “Top 100 NFT Sales” ranking by NFT QT, highlighting the nearly half – 43 percent – of the NFTs present in the ranking – CryptoPunk #7523 which portrays a face with a cap and protective mask and was bought for nearly $11.75 million, is another expensive item.