The Top 10 Most Expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Sales

July 8, 2022 - 5 min read

This article breaks down the top 10 VeeFriends 2 series sales since the collection launched on April 25th, 2022.

The Top 10 Most Expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Sales

The VeeFriends Series 2 collection launched on April 25th, 2022. It was a little less than a year after the launch of the VeeFriends Series 1 NFT collection in May of 2021. 

The VeeFriends Series 2 collection upped the ante with a much larger supply of 55,555 NFTs in the collection but weaved in additional rarity with different poses, scenes, and even a new speculator variation. 

Note: we did leave out a sale that looked suspiciously high for a non-rare NFT in the collection. 

The Top 10 Most Expensive VeeFriends Series 2 NFTs Ever Sold

We looked at data from all the VeeFriends Series 2 NFTs sold on OpenSea so far, and here are the 10 most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 NFTs ever sold:

10 — “Diamond Hands” Hen Emerald #55378–15.5 ETH 

9 — Patient Panda Emerald #55469–16.9697 ETH 

8 — Flex’n Fox #34988–17 ETH 

7 — Thoughtful Three Horned Harpik Emerald #55525–18.8888 ETH 

6 — “Diamond Hands” Hen #40446–18.95 ETH 

5 — Heart-Trooper #45681–20 ETH

4 — Willful Wizard #20401–21.99 ETH 

3 — Very, Very, Very, Very, Lucky Black Cat Emerald #55537 — 35 ETH 

2 — “Rare” Robot #55489 Emerald — 35 ETH 

1 — Adaptable Alien #13905 — 42 ETH 

10 — “Diamond Hands” Hen Emerald #55378–15.5 ETH

"Diamond Hands" Hen #55378 Emerald

Source: OpenSea.io

“Diamond Hands” Hen #55378 Emerald Spectacular kicks off our list. Gary Vaynerchuk introduced the Emerald Specatular variation for the very first time with Series 2 VeeFriends. The Emerald spectaculars were sold via auction. 

The auction concluded with a 15.5 ETH sale, which totaled$45,350.74 USD

9 — Patient Panda Emerald #55469–16.9697 ETH

Patient Panda #55469 Emerald

Source: OpenSea.io

Patient Panda #55469 is another VeeFriends Series 2 Emerald Spectacular one-of-one variation that sold at auction for 16.9697 ETH which was $49,650.86 USD at the time of the sale. 

The Patient Panda character is often recognized as one of the top characters in the VeeFriends ecosystem and was purchased by DraftKings co-founder Matt Kalish

8 — Flex’n Fox #34988–17 ETH

Flex-n Fox #34988

Source: OpenSea.io

Flex’n Fox #34988 sports easter-egg rarity with a JakNFT Glitch Gold animated scene. Only 5 of these NFTs with that specific scene exist in the collection. 

It was minted at random and sold for 10.1 ETH and later, 17 ETH, which at the time was valued at $33,598.52 USD

7 — Thoughtful Three Horned Harpik Emerald #55525–18.8888 ETH

Thoughtful Three Horned Harpik #55525

Source: OpenSea.io

Thoughtful Three Horned Harpik #55525 makes for another one-of-one speculator record sale and is also owned by DraftKings co-founder Matt Kalish. 

It sold for 18.8888 ETH, which was valued at $55,265.87 USD at the time. 

It is currently for sale for 42.069 ETH. 

6 — “Diamond Hands” Hen #40446–18.95 ETH

"Diamond Hands" Hen #40446

Source: OpenSea.io

“Diamond Hands” Hen #40446 features an even rarer JakNFT Glitch scene as it’s only one of three diamond glitches in the entire collection. 

It was sold pre-reveal for 1.5 ETH, which was valued at $4,444.76 USD at the time. This is why it’s so important to learn how to check the rarity of your NFT before the artwork reveals on OpenSea, which you can read how to do here

The NFT later sold for 13 ETH and finally, 18.95 ETH, which was valued at $36,226.34 USD at the time of the sale. 

5 — Heart-Trooper #45681–20 ETH

Heart-Trooper #45681

Source: OpenSea.io

Heart-Trooper #45681 features yet another rare JakNFT Glitch scene, this time it’s the bubble gum scene. Only 4 NFTs in the entire 55,555 collection have this scene. 

It was minted and sold for 20 ETH, which was valued at $57,794.40 USD at the time of the sale. 

4 — Willful Wizard #20401–21.99 ETH

Willful Wizard #20401

Source: OpenSea.io

Willful Wizard #20401 is a one-of-three JakNFT Glitch diamond background and was initially sold for 13.65 ETH, and later sold for 21.99 ETH, which was valued at $27,834.72 USD at the time of the sale. 

Because ETH has come down in value so much, the initial sale of 13.65 was actually valued higher in USD, at $38,669.50 at the time of the sale than the 21.99 ETH sale. 

If you're wondering how to check the USD value of an NFT at the time of the sale, I wrote about how to do it using Etherscan in 3 easy steps here.

3 — Very, Very, Very, Very, Lucky Black Cat Emerald #55537–35 ETH

Very, Very, Very, Very, Lucky Black Cat #55537

Source: OpenSea.io

Very, Very, Very, Very, Lucky Black Cat #55537 is a one-of-one Emerald spectacular and the character is the mascot of the VeeFriends NFT collection. 

It sold at auction for 35 ETH, which at the time of the sale was worth $102,404.89 USD

2 — “Rare” Robot #55489 Emerald — 35 ETH

"Rare" Robot #55489 Emerald

Source: OpenSea.io

“Rare” Robot #55489 is another one-of-one Emerald spectacular that sold at auction for 35 ETH. The character took off in popularity after the VeeFriends team launched a catchy “Rare” Robot animated theme song

“Rare” Robot $55489 sold for $102,404.89 USD at the time of the sale. 

1 — Adaptable Alien #13905–42 ETH

Adaptable Alien #13905

Source: OpenSea.io

Adaptable Alien #13905 was the most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 ever sold at 42 ETH, which was valued at $123,332.58 USD at the time.  

The NFT has a one-of-one JakNFT Glitch Emerald scene and was minted by the original seller. 

Closing Thoughts

You can shop for the VeeFriends Series 2 NFT collection, which has 54,100 NFTs, on OpenSea by clicking here. Remember to always check links before buying an NFT. 

The collection is still so, so, so young at only ~2 months old, but it will be fun to look back and see which of these characters develop in popularity and how this list changes in the future. 

The price of ETH has come down significantly as has the entire NFT market, so I expect this list to remain mostly the same for the coming months, but you never know what Gary Vaynerchuk has up his sleeves. 

Jon Torrey

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