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The Bored Ape was then promptly listed for $248,000. The transaction appears to have been done by a bot, which can be coded to immediately buy NFTs listed below a certain price on behalf of their owners in order to take advantage of these exact situations.

“How’d it happen? A lapse of concentration I guess,” Max told me. “I list a lot of items every day and just wasn’t paying attention properly. I instantly saw the error as my finger clicked the mouse but a bot sent a transaction with over 8 eth [$34,000] of gas fees so it was instantly sniped before I could click cancel, and just like that, $250k was gone.”

“And here within the beauty of the Blockchain you can see that it is both honest and unforgiving,” he added.

Sometimes you fuck up, make a bad buy, out of gas fail, send Eth to the wrong wallet or fat finger a listing 👀

It’s going to happen.

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In March, BlockFi meant to send 700 Gemini Dollars to a set of customers, worth roughly $1 each, but mistakenly sent out millions of dollars worth of bitcoin instead. Last month a company erroneously paid a $24 million fee on a $100,000 transaction.

Similar incidents are increasingly being seen in NFTs, now that many collections have accumulated in market value over the past year. Last month someone tried selling a CryptoPunk NFT for $19 million, but accidentally listed it for $19,000 instead.
Back in August, someone fat finger listed their Bored Ape for $26,000, an error that someone else immediately capitalized on. The original owner offered $50,000 to the buyer to return the Bored Ape — but instead the opportunistic buyer sold it for the then-market price of $150,000.

“The industry is so new, bad things are going to happen whether it’s your fault or the tech,” Max said.

The Bored Ape Yacht Club is one of the most prestigious NFT collections in the world. A collection of 10,000 NFTs, each depicting an ape with different traits and visual attributes, Jimmy Fallon, Steph Curry and Post Malone are among their star-studded owners. Right now the price of entry is 52 ether, or $210,000.

Which is why it’s so painful to see that someone accidentally sold their Bored Ape NFT for $3,066.

Unusual trades are often a sign of funny business, as in the case of the person who spent $530 million to buy an NFT from themselves.
In Saturday’s case, the cause was a simple, devastating “fat-finger error.” That’s when people make a trade online for the wrong thing, or for the wrong amount. Here the owner, real name Max or username maxnaut, meant to list his Bored Ape for 75 ether, or around $300,000. Instead he accidentally listed it for 0.75.

In February 2022, it was bought for 16,593 ETH by 10,000 AssangeDAO contributors.Image source: censored.art, Pak’s “Clock”5. Beeple’s “HUMAN ONE” — $28.9 million

The HUMAN ONE is a dynamic NFT created by Beeple, and it sold for over $28 million in November 2021 at Christie’s 21st Century Evening Sale. The piece is displayed in a kinetic video sculpture: four screens in a box on a constant loop.

Image source: Christie’s, “HUMAN ONE”

Beeple states that the inspiration for this piece comes from watching TV rollers, “We had a bunch of TVs on rollers in our studio and were rolling them around in different shapes and patterns,” he told Christie’s.

He felt the configuration of screens was a “powerful canvas.”

Solanahas been one of the hottest cryptocurrencies of late, rapidly rising in value from a price of about $37 one month ago to an all-time high of nearly $197 today, according toCoinGecko. Rising network activity is credited for that swing, and now even comedian and television host Steve Harvey is getting in on the “Solana Summer” NFT hype.

Today, Harvey changed his Twitter profile picture to that of an NFT from the Solana Monkey Business collection, a set of 5,000 randomly-generated images of cartoonish, pixelated monkeys. AnNFTserves as a deed of ownership for nearly any kind of digital item, and profile pictures collections likeCryptoPunksand theBored Ape Yacht Clubare in immensely high demand of late.

Both CryptoPunks and Bored Apes are based onEthereum, by far the most active platform for NFT collectibles.

Found something you love but want to make it even more uniquely you? Good news! Many sellers on Etsy offer personalized, made-to-order items.

To personalize an item:

  1. Open the listing page.
  2. Choose the options you’d like for the order. This will differ depending on what options are available for the item.
  3. Under “Add your personalization,” the text box will tell you what the seller needs to know. Fill out the requested information.
  4. Click “Buy it now” or “Add to cart” and proceed to checkout.

Don’t see this option? The seller might still be able to personalize your item.

Berners Lee “World Wide Web Source Code” — $5.4 million

The single NFT included four different pieces, which were time-stamped source code files, a video animation of the code’s creation, a letter by the creator and Berners Lee self-designed digital poster of his code.

The creator of the World Wide Web collected a staggering $5.7 million dollars when he auctioned off an NFT of his creation’s source code in June 2021. The money will be given to charity.

Image source: Berners Lee

Honorable mentions: Top NFT collections

While we listed the most expensive single NFTs sold to date, there are very notable collections that deserve some attention. Some top-selling, popular NFT collections, in alphabetical order, include:

What makes an NFT valuable?

It’s difficult to nail down the exact value of an NFT, or what may make an NFT valuable.

He regularly interacts with his fans on social media, is an original SuperRare creator, and known as a long-time digital artist and crypto enthusiast.Image source: SuperRare

Created in 2018, there’s only one edition of this NFT and it was listed on SuperRare. The description of and title are pretty funny, openly mocking non-NFT enthusiasts — the description reads “Why would I buy it when I can right click and save as?”

12. Dmitri Cherniak’s “Ringers #109” — $6.93 million

Dmitri Cherniak is an NFT creator and artist living in NYC.
There are 1,000 items in the Ringers collection, with a total trade volume of 25.8K ETH ($72,860,748 at the time of writing).

Ringers #109 was sold for 2,100 ETH, worth around $6.93 million at the time of purchase. The current owner is OpenSea user 55FAF0.

Image source: OpenSea13.
Have you ever made a six-figure typo?

An online NFT trader accidentally listed an exclusive “Bored Ape” NFT for $3,000 rather than $300,000 — and someone snapped up the digital collectible before he had time to correct his mistake.

“How’d it happen? A lapse of concentration I guess,” the seller, who goes by the name Max, told CNET. “I list a lot of items every day and just wasn’t paying attention properly.”

The online market for NFTs — or non-fungible tokens, which are tradable blockchain-based digital art pieces — has boomed in recent months. The 10,000 Bored Apes in existence are some of the most sought-after NFTs, with some selling for north of $2 million.

Larva Labs’ “CryptoPunk #5822” — $23.58 million

This isn’t the first or the last time we have to talk about CryptoPunks on this list.

This punk is one of nine Alien punks, and only has one attribute, the Bandana. It’s currently the most expensive CryptoPunk of all time. Deepak Thapliyal is the current owner, and he bought this punk using Compound Finance’s DeFi Protocol (essentially a crypto loan).

Image source: Larva Labs

At the time of writing, CryptoPunk #5822 is for sale and the latest offer is for 10K ETH, or around $32.75 million.


Larva Labs’ “CryptoPunk #7523” — $11.8 million

CryptoPunk #7523 sold for $11.8 million at a Sotheby’s auction in June 2021. It was the most expensive CryptoPunk until #5822 shattered the record.

CryptoPunk #7523 is one of the nine alien punks, and has three attributes: Earring, Knitted Cap and Medical Mask.

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