Twitter founder Jack DorseyFirst tweet ever sold as NFT (Non-fungible token) has been put up for sale by a buyer for $48 million – and he drew a staggering max offer of just under $280 by deadline this week.
That’s when the seller reached out to the owner of Twitter Elon MuskHe urged him to bid – to no avail.
Entrepreneur Sina Istavi, CEO of Malaysian crypto venture Bridge Oracle, has certainly been looking for a massive return. He bought Dorsey’s Message as an NFT – a unique crypto asset – for $2.9 million a little over a year ago – and then listed the NFT for sale for $48 million last week. He promised to donate half of the proceeds to a charity.
The world’s first-ever tweet, by Dorsey (written on March 21, 2006), humbly declares: “Just set up my twttr.”
Estafi urged Musk to bid on NFT on Thursday. “It’s not good if it’s The owner of Twitter completely does not have the first tweetFlatter.
So far, Musk hasn’t made a bid for NFT – but he’s still seeking to buy Twitter and make it private while on the company’s board of directors. Brainstorming methods to thwart his plans.
For Dorsey NFT, Estavi doesn’t seem too concerned about his prospects.
The deadline you set [is] It’s over, but if you get a good offer, I may accept it, I may never sell it,He told CoinDesk in a video call.
“My offer to sell was high and not everyone could afford it,” he told Reuters. It is important to me who wants to buy it. I will not sell this NFT to anyone because I don’t think everyone deserves this NFT. “
Estavi added: “This NFT is not just a tweet. This is the Mona Lisa for the digital world.”
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