Non Fungible Tokens- List Of The Most Expensive NFTs In The World

We have compiled the world's first list of the most bizarre, crazy and expensive "Non Fungible Tokens" (NFTs) – exclusively for our you.
LONDON - Nov. 3, 2021 - PRLog -- We have compiled the world's first list of the most bizarre, crazy and expensive "Non Fungible Tokens" (NFTs) – exclusively for our readers. The list includes 22 NFTs that have it all. Have fun reading!

Digital toilet paper with flowers
Sold For: 4,100 US dollars

Digital toilet paper definitely belongs in our list of the most bizarre NFTs. US toilet paper manufacturer Charmin introduced the first digital loo rolls in March 2021. The digital toilet paper is individually designed with colored flowers and grasses. As an NFT, it is merely a picture, but it costs a whopping 4'100 US dollars. Charmin reportedly keeps only 0.01% of the proceeds for itself. The rest goes to the humanitarian organization "Direct Relief".

The world's first digital perfume
Sold for: US$18,000

No, you can't smell this perfume. Berlin-based Look Labs is offering its "Cyber Eau des Parfum" in digital form only – as the world's first digital fragrance. The inventive developers have used near-infrared spectroscopy to scan the packaging, the bottle and the fragrance of the perfume. This created a digital image of the fragrance. The molecular wavelengths of "Cyber Eau de Parfum" sold as an NFT for $18,000.

The digital NFT stick for the dog
Sold for: $1,200

Now dogs also have their own NFT: "Twig" is a digital stick. Dog owners can't throw it, but it is sent to him by e-mail as an image file – secured in the blockchain. According to the provider, the "non-rotting NFT branch" is also available in physical form. It came from a sidewalk in West Village, New York, where "picturesque trees" line the streets and "foul odors of overflowing garbage" hang in the air. That's what makes the area so irresistible to dogs. Purchase price of the NFT stick for the dog: $1200.

Fart symphony on the blockchain
Sold for: 85 US dollars

Let's face it, would you buy a fart? If the fart is digital art, at least you can't smell it. Brooklyn-based film director Alex Ramírez-Mallis is making money off farts. The 36-year-old has been recording the sounds of his flatulence and that of his friends since March 2020. A year later, he compiled the flatulence sounds into a 52-minute symphony. Ramírez offers the NFT farts for sale as non-fungible tokens and as a fart calendar ("Master Collection") on the OpenSea marketplace. Individual farts are available starting at $85. If these aren't incredible and crazy NFTs that belong in our collection!

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