Despite crypto prices crashing, NFTs sales are holding steady, with a World of Women NFT selling for 210 Ether (US$515,000) overnight.

The seller of Woman #706 had minted it nearly six months ago for just 0.08 Ethereum (less than US$200).

The buyer was an account called os-warchest, who quickly transferred it to another account known as divinefemininity.eth, which owns a collection of 96 female avatars including 20 from the WoW collection.

Reese Witherspoon tweeted over the weekend that she’d bought a second avatar from the collection, to go with the one she bought in October.

Paris Hilton meanwhile tweeted that she expected to be talking about NFTs on a popular US talk show again this week.

Most NFT collections are priced in Ethereum, which has declined in US dollar terms by nearly 25 per cent in the past seven days. (This afternoon Ether was trading for $2,466). So in US dollar terms, many expensive NFT collections are now a bit more affordable. But not by much. For example, the floor price of the leading NFT collection, the Bored Ape Yacht Club, is now 86 Ether ($US211,000), up from 83.2 Ether (US$204,000) a week ago.

There’d been a dozen Bored Ape sales in the past 24 hours, according to Opensea, for between 84.9 and 97.5 Ethereum (US$201,000 to US$231,900).