NFT adoption was boosted by artists, celebrities and organisations like Twitter, CNN and the US Space Force, DappRadar analysis says.
IKONICK, an online art company, tapped into the millennial art buyer with motivational, meme-inspired canvas art. Now, it's entering the NFT space.
The CryptoPunk NFTs created by LarvaLabs sold for almost double their expected value and were the second highest sale at Christie's 21st Century sale.
Beeple, the digital artist who sold an NFT artwork for $69 million, said NFTs will survive just like the internet survived the dotcom bubble.
Average NFT prices have dropped 40% from February highs, but experts say the market could just be taking its natural course.
The audio-visual charity NFT will benefit music charities and environmental causes and is being auctioned on Nifty Gateway.
The NYSE said it minted the NFTs to commemorate several companies' very first trades, but the exchange has not put the tokens up for sale.
Augmented and virtual reality mean that NFTs could be worn like jewellery and displayed in virtual and physical reality, Mike Novogratz said.
After smashing trading-card records Wednesday with a $2.3 million sale, Tom Brady is ready to sell unique digital collectibles, or NFTs.
Vignesh Sundaresan bought Beeple's non-fungible token artwork for $69 million, but has added his voice to the warnings about the market.
The NFT craze in the art world continues, but the rise of non-fungible tokens could revive the middle-class artist after decades of decline.
The crypto art piece can be recreated as a physical piece. In exchange for the purchase, the buyer received 3-D files and clips of the house.
NFTs include anything from trading cards and art to virtual real estate and gaming. Some people have made millions buying and selling on these sites.
"Holy s---, that's a lot of taxes," digital artist Beeple told CNBC after he found out how much he'd have to pay in taxes on his $69 million NFT sale.
Crypto investors Vignesh Sundareson and Anand Venkateswaran were previously known only by their online usernames @metakovan and @twobadour.
Damien Hirst - once the world's most expensive living artists - is the biggest name yet to enter the NFT art world.
Pete Davidson and Kate McKinnon broke down nonfungible tokens to a parody of an Eminem song - and the internet loved it.