What Is the Value of My NFT?
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Written by Pablo Laboreo
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The value of an NFT, like any other asset, is determined by factors such as its rarity, demand, utility, social relevance, and perceived worth. Here are a few ways that yo can assess these:

πŸ›’ Check the NFT's recent sales record. One way to determine the NFT's value is to check its' transaction history. Is the NFT being bought and sold frequently? What price is it being sold at? NFT marketplaces like OpenSea, Rarible, and Nifty Gateway can provide sales histories of NFTs that can help you get an idea of what the NFT's value might be. But watch out for wash trading!

πŸ•³οΈ Floor Price. An NFT collection's floor price is the lowest price that any NFT in the collection can be purchased for. In other words, it is the price of the least expensive NFT in the collection that is currently for sale.

πŸ’Ž Rarity and uniqueness. Oftentimes, rarity is a key element of how the market values an NFT. For example, NFTs in generative or "PFP" NFT collections often have a certain set of traits associated with them. NFTs from the collection that have rare or unique traits often sell for more than NFTs that only have more common traits. Rare and unique NFTs from a collection usually sell for well above the collection's floor price.

🌟 Creator and profile. The creator of an NFT and their profile is another important factor that can influence an NFT's value. Artists, musicians, and celebrities can attract much higher prices for NFTs than a collection would otherwise fetch. Beeple is an example of a popular NFT creator.

βš™οΈ Utility and Function. NFTs can have practical applications beyond being a collector's item. Sometimes they can represent ownership of real-world assets or can provide exclusive access to events and content. NFTs that have greater utility associated with them can be worth much more since their value tends to be tied to the value of the asset that they represent.

🌐 Social Proof. Sometimes the prestige associated with certain NFT projects can add to an NFT's value. the perceived social influence associated with the creators, content, and audience plays a significant role in determining the value of the NFT. For example, The Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT project by Yuga Labs is very popular, so while NFTs in the BAYC collection tend to fetch a higher market price, so do NFTs in other collections that Yuga Labs have created.

πŸ’‘ Ultimately, however, it's important to remember that at the end of the day, an NFT's value is only based on what a buyer is willing to pay for it. The above factors often influence what a buyer is willing to pay for an NFT, but it all comes down to supply and demand.

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