Sina Estavi

Encryption Collector's Attempt to Reverse Jack Dorsey's First Tweet - for which he paid $ 2.9 million - falls on a large scale |  Artnet news

Encryption Collector’s Attempt to Reverse Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet – for which he paid $ 2.9 million – falls on a large scale | Artnet news – Mail Bonus

Last March, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey made headlines when he posted NFT on his first tweet, with the immortal line “set up my twitter”. It sold for the equivalent of $ 2.9 million to blockchain entrepreneur Sina Estavi. Continued sequel to Beeple’s $ 69 million sale of it All days at Christie’s, the Dorsey “first …

Encryption Collector’s Attempt to Reverse Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet – for which he paid $ 2.9 million – falls on a large scale | Artnet news

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You bought NFT for $ 2.9 million and then listed it for $ 48 million.  Highest bid was less than $ 280 - National |  Globalnews.ca

You bought NFT for $ 2.9 million and then listed it for $ 48 million. Highest bid was less than $ 280 – National | Globalnews.ca – Mail Bonus

For those who are not initiated, it can seem like an immediate – albeit expensive – financial gain to buy a NFT. However, this is not always the case. Last month, NFT was sold by graphic designer Beeple for $ 69.4 million at auction. So when Sina Estavi’s cryptocurrency developer listed NFT of Twitter’s first …

You bought NFT for $ 2.9 million and then listed it for $ 48 million. Highest bid was less than $ 280 – National | Globalnews.ca

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