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Most expensive soccer NFTs in history

The football NFTs They are quoted for double value. On the one hand, being a NFT you already have a economic value guaranteed, at least for now, b


The football NFTs They are quoted for double value. On the one hand, being a NFT you already have a economic value guaranteed, at least for now, because we know that this type of economic exchanges virtual environments tend to be context-dependent and can vary wildly. On the other, when these digital assets belong to the industry have an even greater value, since the products derived from this sport by themselves they are also listed with prices high in the market. The combination is just perfect.

And although the meaning and value of NFTs is still in flux, the truth is that football NFTs have reached extraordinary prices in the market, even equaling the value of other physical objects such as business cards (it should be remembered that football NFTs they only exist virtually, but in the same way they have reached and surpassed values ​​of works with physical presence).

What yes, not all football NFTs they have the same price. Details such as the type of product, the player they refer to and others, make their value higher or lower. If you want to know who tops the list, then don’t miss thiss 25 most expensive soccer NFTs in history.

1. Lionel Messi: “El Dorado” – $1,128,815

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El Dorado is part of a collection of NFT about Messi designed by Bosslogic, a famous artist who has worked on Marvel projects and was asked by even the successful Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to also make art about him. The last offer registered by this football NFTs based on Messi that was published reached 1.12 million dollars which is 161% of the value of the most expensive physical soccer card ever sold.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo: Unique Sorare – $265,275.55

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Unique 1 of 1 Sorare card sold for $265,275.55 less than a year ago. Ronaldo is perhaps the player of soccer most popular in the world, and this NFT 1/1 Unique sold for just 15% less than Cristiano Ronaldo’s most expensive physical card (last sold for $312,000).

3. Kevin De Bruyne: Unique Sorare – $167,469

He has been the player of the year in England, Germany and Belgium. His 1/1 Unique Sorare card was sold a few months ago for 52 ETH or $167,469.

4. Mohamed Salah: Strikers involved – $141,560.31

Mohamed Salah, Liverpool striker and future soccer king, sold his Wrapped Strikers Iconics card (numbered to just 7 copies) for a record breaking 35 ETH. This is the most expensive wrapped Striker card ever sold.

5. Lionel Messi: CryptoStrikers Wrapped Up – $128,512

there are only 13 NFT iconic Lionel Messi from the Wrapped Strikers set and one was sold two months ago for 39.96 ETH or $128,512.

6. Cristiano Ronaldo: Forwards involved – $120,685

The Wrapped Striker Iconics NFT Ronaldo’s has 1 copy less than Messi’s and was sold a few weeks ago for 29.95 ETH or $120,685.

7. Vinícius Junior: Sorare Unique – $114,634

Vinícius Júnior’s career paints for the player to become a star and the consumption of football NFTs you already know. His 1/1 Unique Sorare was sold 1 month ago for 39 ETH, or $114,634.

8. Antoine Griezmann: Sorare Unique – $110,668

Antoine Griezmann is a 30-year-old forward from Atlético de Madrid. Greizemann’s 1 of 1 Unique Sorare sold four months ago for 50.88 ETH, which was worth $110,668 at the time.

9. Paul Pogba: Sorare Unique – $92,491

28-year-old Manchester United midfielder. His 1/1 Sorare Unique was sold 4 months ago for 39.09 ETH, worth $92,491 at the time.

10. Kylian Mbappé: Sorare Super Rare – $88,064

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