In April of this year, an anonymous buyer purchased a copy of Action Comics #1 for $3,250,000 USD — the highest figure on record for a vintage comic book.
Published in 1938 and featuring the first-ever appearance of Superman, the comic is one of the last known copies in existence. Prior to the auction, it was graded by the Certified Guaranty Company, or CGC, using a 10 point system, where it received a near-perfect score.
Any legitimate copy of Action Comics #1 would have been worth a decent sum of money, but this particular book out-sold all others because its physical quality remained superb.
Off the rack, this is not a situation that most non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, will ever face. That Superlative Multiverse you picked up on OpenSea will look exactly the same in a hundred years as it does today, barring global internet failure. But if their quality remains uniform across time and space, does the absence of variant aging