The most expensive for the Bored Ape Yacht Club are the yacht club and the racehorse. This card is a yacht club and a racehorse, and it costs at least $500, which makes it the most expensive card in the game.
A total of 9 NFTs were created back in April 2021 and the most expensive one, the Yacht Club NFT, has been making a profit since day one.
In the world of crypto art, a non-fungible token is a piece of digital art that cannot be copied and gives the owner the right to display the product on their website.
Bored Ape Yacht Club has one of the most diverse product lines available for Magic Online, and with the new product roll-out comes the chance to add some of these NFTs to your collection.
The Most Expensive Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs
We made our best effort to make sure that our lists are comprehensive and accurate.
If you like this post, you should check out our list of the 10 most expensive Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs.
10. Bored Ape #9696 – $628,000
This boat made all of us sick, literally. We think it has to do with the fact that the boat is a reference to the boat from the opening credits of the original Bored Ape show. The boat that destroyed a lot of people in an instant back in the early 90s.
This is a good looking non fungible token as it features an ape on a purple background wearing a guayabera top and a purple and blue striped party hat.
With his expression, the eyes are looking straight forward, and the mouth is somewhat open as he looks at someone or something.
This is an interesting story, and it’s probably not a coincidence that the guy who bought this painting is a collector.
The digital art is for sale via Bored Ape Yacht Club collector Andy Booth. The auction ended recently when he bid $14,000 for the piece.
The Rare Ape is 9.95 inches tall with a base of 5.65 inches. The Rarity rank is 935 out of 10,000. The Rarity score is 156.81 out of 500.
So far, this NFT has been in the hands of seven previous owners since the auction.
9. Bored Ape #1606 – $708,000
So, here’s what you need to know about the Bored Ape Boat Club: it’s a fun, funky boat club in New York, where they love the boat, boat people, boaty things. If you have any questions about this specific boat or club, please ask me.
We think this Bored Ape looks cool, but we also think that this is probably not something we would be comfortable doing.
He was very frustrated with the way he lived his life, and that led to his bad luck and bad luck led to him killing people.
Another auction house has made another impressive sale. This time at Auction Barn the first ever auction of a living dinosaur fossil sold for an even more impressive $708,000. The fossilized dino was sold to an anonymous bidder on December 20th, 2019.
Bored Ape Yacht Club is not a publicly traded company so there is no way to know how much capital they have, how much capital they need to operate, or how they are spending their money.
The NFT project has invested a total of $890,000 and will put more time into expanding the protocol. In this case, they will start investing again on September 1, 2021 and will be investing for a minimum of 2 months and can make an investment for as long as they want. This time, they will be looking for a long term partner and partner at least until 2024.
8. Bored Ape #1663 – $733,000
Yacht Club is a non-fungible token developed by Bored Ape that represents the use of a laser in a bar.
Not only does this animal look like it’s a bit bored, it also has a big party hat that can’t quite be put on properly.
Bored Ape is a “dance party” T-shirt that has been dyed in a psychedelic manner.
The only way we know of is to go through the buyer which is me, I bought it at an auction and I paid the seller.
You’ll never find any trace of the seller, she doesn’t exist anymore, I mean you just have to call the buyer.
while this is the winning user’s only NFT in their crypto wallet, he is no stranger to cryptocurrency and has an Ether balance worth millions of dollars.
Bored Ape is currently on the Rarity scale at 437, which makes it lower rarity than Rarity Tools.
7. Bored Ape #6696 – $737,000
Bored Ape presents another NFT from the Bored Ape Yacht Club set with a trademark bored expression.
The overall look is very casual with the moustache and beard combined with an unshaven look. The fur piece added to this casual look and the moustache is not as long and not styled well.
The rest of his appearance is the same as the original, only with yellow colors instead of blue.
Bored Ape is the latest and greatest of all blockchain collectibles. It’s the first piece of art owned by a blockchain as well as one of the first pieces of art to be owned by a blockchain.
Moonpay.eth is currently the most active Bored Ape Yacht Club owner, although they have a selection of other Bored Ape NFTs.
I have been looking into the possibilities of listing your item at OpenSea.com because they have some cool features that would allow the marketplace to be much more open to users.
6. Bored Ape #6267 – $741,000
Then you can buy and sell those non-fungible Bored Ape tokens on our non-fungible coin trading platform.
The ape is holding two cigarettes, one hanging from each cheek, and appears to be a surly-faced ape.
The following comic strips are listed as part of The Bored Ape Comic Collection. They are in the public domain.
For those who like to dress up on Halloween, this one will be a perfect choice as well.
This is very close to the average price of a comic in USD, and to the average price of a comic in Euro.
Bored Ape is a unique card with a rarity of 983 and a rarity score of 154.45 on Rarity Tools.
The asking price on one of the biggest cryptocurrency market sites? A hundred thousand dollars.
5. Bored Ape #820 – $866,000
This boat was on sale for $14,762 in early May 2020, but has since sold for $21,625 in August 2020.
The current seller is asking $22,000 in mid April 2020.
I was in a bar the other day… and I saw this guy. He was kind of stoned, but he was still wearing a military helmet. This guy had on a Guayabera shirt, and I swear his eyes were a little red. I said to him “you looking for something, bud?” and he just stared at me with his eyes red and I had to run away.
The rarest Bored Ape is available in a very specific set of circumstances:
You have a Bored Ape in the same city as another Bored Ape.
The two Bored Ape are on the same team.
The two Bored Ape are friends with the owner of the Bored Ape.
Your own Bored Ape is the same color as the Bored Ape you are selling.
The rest of the rarity requirements can be ignored.
Bored Ape (BAD) is a piece of art that has very limited supply and is one of a kind. It is available as a physical piece, or as an avatar for your Ethereum wallet.
If you were interested in this piece, you can find more information here.
4. Bored Ape #1837 – $1.55 Million
A lot of people are getting blinged out as we reach the top tier of our most expensive artworks, but the top prize is still a solid gold fur, and you have to be a millionaire to score that.
Artist Prankster sold for $1.55 million which is the highest price ever for a crypto-art object.
Recently, Pranksy has been investing on the OpenSea marketplace and he has a collection of over 30,000 pieces of digital collectibles.
A lighthearted comic parodying a more serious comic as well as a more serious comic parodying a more lighthearted comic.
Even more notable than the crazy eyes, which are popping out of the gorilla’s head on stalks is the lack of a nose on its face.
This rare comic book will cost you almost $3 million if you decide to take home the copy it’s printed on.
3. Bored Ape #2087 – $2.3 Million
The next NFT featured here broke into the top ten rarity ranks, coming in at number 10 with a rarity score of 309.44 on Rarity Tools.
It’s also the simplest and minimum bored ape. It only has three traits.
I made these for the cigarette smoking scene where you see the character drinking a beer.
The BORDA (British Overseas Research and Development Agency) sold the design of a flying car for £100 (or $136 at the time), an amount equivalent to a tiny percentage of the cost, which means the project was very successful.
The purchase was the most expensive BATC NFT sale at the time, and speculation regarding who a buyer is is high. There is no evidence that it was sold anonymously, and much speculation that it was a celebrity investor.
We could see Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies taking a real world role in 2019, and even 2020, as more and more artists turn their attention to cryptocurrency.
The company is now offering a pre-sale of Bored Ape tokens on OpenSea. The sale will last until April 5th and the team is considering moving to a different marketplace to complete the sale. The funds raised will be used for the future development of the company.
2. Bored Ape #8585 – $2.7 Million
Â When Bored Ape started, the only question we had was how high could he jump? And since we found he could go all the way to the top of his cage, we knew he could be the tallest ape in the zoo if he wanted to be.
The NFT sold for $2.7 million, marking the third in a series of five trades over the last month.
A non-fungible token that was sold for $1.2 million in August 2021 and has accumulated a total of $3.957,000.
The anonymous buyer is investing a lot of money on NFTs, including Art Blocks Curated NFTs, on CryptoPunks, and has also taken a stake of Fidenza.
The $25,000 will go to the Red Cross of the city of Los Angeles to help people in need, not to mention the funds might as well go to the collection of the Bored Ape Yacht Club.
The rarest and most expensive NFTs are those that are not only extremely rare but also have a unique and rare ability.
1. Bored Ape #8817 – $3.4 Million
While the yacht’s real owner, the late “Ace of Clubs” Jimmy Wicks, reportedly had a fleet of some 40 mega-yachts, including this gem, he apparently was a bit of a kleptomaniac, reportedly stealing more than 100 million dollars worth of diamonds from his business partner in the 1980s. But, sadly, his yacht was eventually sold for $3.4 million to another kleptomaniac, one Bill Koch, who promptly disappeared with the precious stones.
It’s nice to see some digital collectibles making their way into the world of physical assets that we’d be more likely to see in a museum or a gallery.
The design depicts a cartoon ape with a comical spinner hat on its head and a blue and white party horn hanging out of its mouth.
The Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT has this item in the form of a rare and custom painted yacht. It will be a custom painted yacht (white, silver, or black). It will bear a gold fur trait.
The auction house at their Natively Digital 1.2: The Collectors sale described the most expensive piece of collectibles to ever cross the block at auction as a “NFT with historical significance”.
Jimmy has been a regular NFT donor and holder since he began collecting. In a recent move he has dropped more than half of his collection.
A French billionaire bought a private island in the Maldives with a worth of $35 million by buying 74 Bored Apes.
“Bored Ape,” also known as Jimmy Iovine, was purchased for $1.5 million. Brandon Buchanan, aka Rhienkoenig, is the anonymous bidder who revealed himself to be crypto investor and blockchain advisor Brandon Buchanan.
I’m a musician, so I know what it is to have an NFT, I know what it is to have an Ethereum wallet, and a digital wallet.
I’m an artist so I understand what it is to have something on the blockchain, and that I can go on and sell my art.
The answer to this question may be out soon. With the average sale price of these non-fungible tokens continuing to rise, this answer may happen sooner rather than later.
Bored Ape Yacht Club has been building the world’s first digital collectible community, and their most rare and valuable NFTs are some of the most sought-after pieces of digital collectibles available.
The Bored Ape characteristic list, in a nutshell, outlines what makes Bored Ape characters valuable and what sums of investors are willing to commit to owning one of these characters.
While Bored Ape non-fungible tokens have a long way to go to beat the most expensive NFT of all time (that honor goes to Beeple’s Everydays – The First 500 Days, which sold for $69 million), there’s little doubt more record-setting sales are still to come.
In other non-fungible token news, the world’s first crowdfunded digital collectable is now available–a miniature painting created by the world’s first crowdfunded digital artist.