If you use social media a lot, then you will see the first tweet ever. In an email sent by Twitter co-founder and current CEO Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006, he did not say too much: “Just set up my twttr”.
just setting up my twttr
— jack (@jack) March 21, 2006
But now, because of the Wild West of NFT-encrypted authentication tokens can somehow assign unique values and verifications to digital goods-you might be able to buy them. Dorsey has become a champion of cryptocurrency, so it is not surprising that he multiplied the wave of NFTs by “minting” tweets on the blockchain.
As stated in “Valuables FAQ”, the item to be sold is not an actual tweet, it will continue to be posted on Twitter, it is “the digital certificate of the tweet, it is unique because it has been created by Signed and verified.”
This doesn’t make much sense, but NBA Top Shot and money will not continue to be injected into sports-related NFT services. A Christie’s digital art auction auctioned a piece of Beeple for up to 3.5 million U.S. dollars, and the NFT related to the “Nyan cat” meme was recently sold for more than 600,000 U.S. dollars.
Also, although buying NFTs can at least theoretically help support artists, especially those in the digital field, it is difficult to imagine the benefits of paying high fees to an already very wealthy person like Dorsey.
In other words, if you want to participate, all you have to do is beat the current highest bid of $88888.88.