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As NFT takes the throne, the game is becoming more and more exciting than ever in the crypto market. Certainly “special person” Elon Musk will not be absent from this list. Recently, the billionaire system “players” officially opened the sale of NFT and the result has attracted a lot of attention from the community.
In a tweet on March 16, Elon Musk said he would be selling a music-themed NFT, with lyrics based on hype around technology: The video clip plays a song featuring a pair of hands. the outlines below the moon with the Shiba Inu dogs, most likely a reference to Dogecoin or the recently emerging SHIBA INU token.
I’m selling this song about NFTs as an NFT pic.twitter.com/B4EZLlesPx
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 15, 2021
Musk’s work is currently listed as one NFT on the Valuables platform. Less than an hour after Musk released the song, the NFT price jumped from $ 3 to $ 275,000. Valuables is also where the Twitter CEO chose to sell his first tweet as an NFT, currently being paid for $ 2.5 million.
Account @mondoir – a Bitcoiner in Iran, assumes that we all know Elon Musk will never sell or accept offers to sell his tweets. Musk’s offer to buy tweets is just an entertaining move. @Mondoir himself had previously offered $ 100,000 for this tweet.
First of all, we all know @elonmusk will never sell or accepts an offer to sell his tweets. He wont play this game.
My offer to buy his tweet was a strategic move as well as just to laugh. So, PPPlease, dont get everything seriously 😜
* No ETH was ever paid. Its just a bid. 😉
– Amir (@mondoir) March 15, 2021
Although it is unclear what Musk’s intention is to launch the NFT, the launch of the NFT may involve the actions of CEO and CFO of Tesla simultaneously changing positions to “King of Technology”, “General Manager On March 15.
As of the evening of March 16, Elon Musk’s NFT was being paid for $ 1.1 million by a named user @sinaEstavi. Notably, this is also the person who is bidding $ 2.5 million for the first tweet by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
On the morning of March 17, Elon Musk unexpectedly posted an announcement on Twitter that he would no longer open the NFT for sale, as expected by many.
Actually, doesn’t feel quite right selling this. Will pass.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 16, 2021
“Actually, I don’t feel like selling this NFT is right. I will disregard all requests for purchase. ”
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