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‘Jack Dorsey’s To start with Tweet’ NFT Went on Sale for $48M. It Finished With a Prime Bid of Just $280


‘Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet’ NFT Went on Sale for $48M. It Finished With a Prime Bid of Just $280



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It’s actually incredible that out of all the internet, nobody wanted anything to do with this thing. Not even for novelty’s sake

“Investors”. LOL

Estavi, whose crypto ventures Bridge Oracle and CryptoLand collapsed following his arrest in Iran last year, is in the middle of relaunching his Bridge Oracle tokens (BRG), which were originally on the Tron blockchain, to the Binance Smart Chain.

BRG investors are waiting for Estavi to exchange their old tokens for the new ones. Estavi, who announced the token swap on the same day he put up Dorsey’s tweet NFT for sale again, told CoinDesk that the swap is being run manually and the process may take up to two months to complete.

Honest question, what did the guy buy for $2 million?
Is it a jpeg screenshot with a token attached to it?

I really do appreciate the collective “fuck you” that the internet has done for NFT’s lol

Confirming what we all know. NFTs are worthless, its all smoke and mirrors. Just another thing rich people invented to give money to fellow rich people.

Crazy how someone wasted $280.
Hey everyone come look at my prize possession!

It’s a tweet. Look at the words. How cool…🤦🏻‍♂️

I have been seeing constant posts on Facebook from NFT accounts saying people are buying and selling these for millions, it can’t be true I believe they are just saying that to drive hype

They forgot to rig the bidding, or just secretly give it to someone and say they paid 48 million for it, resell it for less, then split the cash, like the rest of the NFT scams.

And so it begins…

The bottom dropping out of the NFT market as people collectively start asking the question, “why exactly is this worth anything? “

I asked before but i’ll ask again.. is there LITERALLY ANYTHING you can do with an NFT except say “hey i paid for this”?

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