Jack Dorsey sold his first tweet as NFT
Jack Dorsey sold his first tweet as NFT

(Jack Dorsey), co-founder and CEO of Twitter billionaire Jack Dorsey (Jack Dorsey) tried to write his first tweet as a non-exchangeable NFT sales code; H. Store digital goods on the Ethereum blockchain.

The non-exchangeable NFT token is very popular with artists and musicians, and the digital assets are stored on the blockchain.

While this tweet was posted as a free digital project that anyone can view at any time, it has been around for nearly 15 years. Dorsey is now trying to integrate it and is being sold as NFT.

Valuables is an Ethereum-based platform developed by the social network Cent that enables Twitter users to authenticate their Tweets and sell them to others in the form of digital signatures.

According to the Valuables FAQ, the item sold is not an actual Tweet, but a unique digital tweet certificate signed and verified by the creator.

The highest bid to date is $ 500,000. As long as Dorsey and Twitter are shown, the Tweet (posted on March 21, 2006) will continue to be viewed online.

Dorsey is a famous fan of Bitcoin for having discovered the field several times and his other company, Square's Cash app, is the primary place for retail investors to buy cryptocurrencies.

Dorsey has also invested in Lightning Labs, which is building a second layer on the Bitcoin network and seen as a scaling solution.

Dorsey was previously not interested in Ethereum coins, and some in the tech industry have said the recent token NFT boom may be a reason for Square to announce the acquisition of music-streaming site Tidal.

The contract came after Dorsey previously announced that he was working with rapper Jay-Z to expand Bitcoin's use in Africa.

One of Dorsey's first tweets offered for sale on the Ethereum-based platform should be of interest.

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