Featuring: The Top CryptoPunk owner in the world.
EtherScan account 0xc352b534e8b987e036 owns 4.1% of the entire CryptoPunk collection. Of the current 410 Punks held by the top-ranking account on LarvaLabs, 369 of them were claimed during the initial mint way back in 2017 — meaning 90% of the largest CryptoPunk portfolio was claimed for free (not counting gas fees).
- NFTs Net Worth (Zapper): $43M+
- NFTs Net Worth (Dappradar): $167M+
- Most Expensive Purchase: CryptoPunk #2329 for 11ETH ($2,469) in February 2020.
- Most Valuable Sale: CryptoPunk #707 for 160ETH ($547,901) in October 2021.
In total, the account has bought 48 Punks since the initial mint (the math doesn’t add up due to a combination of transfers and Punks bought and since sold). For the totality of these Punks, the largest Punk collector on the planet has spent… 29.19 ETH ($90,389.05).
Not necessarily what you were expecting from such a high roller?
That averages out to a bit under $3.1K per Punk. For some perspective, the average sale price of a Punk over the past year is close to 55.5 ETH ($173.3K).
As for the income generated from sales, the account has sold 126 Punks for a grand total of 2,355.26 ETH ($7,292,992.17).
The most expensive sale came in October 2021 with CryptoPunk #707. Claimed for free in 2017, the Punk was eventually sold off for 160ETH ($547,901). With a Rarity Score of 180.74 and a Rarity Rank of #777, this sale hardly represents the rarest Punk owned by the collector.
That honor belongs to CryptoPunk #372, which has a Rarity Score of 913.85 and a Rarity Rank of #37.
Another one of the most sought-after Punks owned by the account is Punk #9474. 1 of just 88 Zombie Punks, Rarity Tools evaluates it with a Rarity Score of 301.43 and a Rarity Rank of #126.
One wonders if this account belongs to one of the original Larva Labs creators considering the foresight needed to claim hundreds of Punks from the get-go and remain such a steadfast holder in the long–run.
According to the LarvaLabs rankings page, the account has been inactive for two months.
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