August 19, 2022
By Murtuza Merchant
Vis.Eth, a member of the Bored Ape Yacht Club, recently paid 777 Eth, or $1,478,000 USD, for a golden fur ape.
This sale generated a lot of buzz, especially in light of the current market downturn.
However, this sale demonstrates that NFT supporters like Vis.Eth believes Bored Ape Yacht Club, or BAYC, has promise outside of the current bear market.
Sale of Golden Fur Bored Ape NFT
With irate eyes, a lumberjack shirt, and a bored-looking, unshaven mouth, the Golden Fur Bored Ape NFT, also known as Bored Ape #5383, has six traits.
The 320th rarest ape is Ape #5383, according to Rarity Tools.
In an interview with the Bored Ape Gazette, Vis.Eth said: “I wanted to collect a golden monkey. 777eth is a suitable price. Yuga will be the first successful social verse.”
It is not Vis.first Eth’s significant sale.
The NFT enthusiast had already purchased Otherdeeds for $4,500 ETH, or $9,000,000 USD.
Recent sales at BAYC
One of the most well-liked blue-chip NFT collections is still BAYC.
A Trippy Mega Mutant Bored Ape was purchased by an NFT fan for 2300 ETH, or $3.91 million USD, in addition to the recent Golden Fur Bored Ape NFT sale.
Seth Green, an American actor, gained notoriety in June after he paid 165 ETH ($300,000 USD) to find his stolen Bored Ape.
Other well-known people with a BAYC obsession include Madonna, who recently revealed that she is pinning for Ape #3756.
Celebrities who possess BAYC NFTs include Shaquille O’Neal, Travis Barker, Paris Hilton, Justin Bieber, Elon Musk, and Justin Bieber.
About the author
Murtuza Merchant is a senior journalist and an avid follower of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.