Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter auctions the first tweet in history; and let us tell you that he has a very attractive offer for him. We tell you everything here.
In these times, if we talk about auctions, we know very well that art or relics valued in millions of euros are not the only thing that collectors want.
From nibbled sandwiches, corn flakes, or encrypted digital artwork; they are the things that we can already find in the auctions and for which impressive amounts of money are paid.
The first tweet ever
In this case, the auctioneer is not just any Twitter user, it is the same Jack dorsey, who founded the bird’s social network in March 2006.
This first tweet was published on March 21, 2006 from Dorsey’s official account; and it is merely a test. This says «Just setting up my twttr» («only configuring my twttr», in Spanish).
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How much do you offer for the tweet?
Since the offer was published at the beginning of March of this year, users began to make offers from one dollar; an easily surpassed amount, right? However, this amount has already reached $ 2.5 million from Sina Estavi –Who serves as executive director at Bridge Oracle-.
How can a tweet be auctioned?
“The creator of a tweet decides whether to send it to the blockchain to create a unique authenticated version,” explains the tweet auction site Valuables, “where people can bid.
In turn, they explain that buying a tweet means being able to obtain a digital certificate from it; “Which is unique because it was signed and verified by the creator,” says Valuables.
In this case, with Dorsey’s tweet, this post is tendered as a NFT o Non-Fungible Token. These make it possible to buy and sell non-tangible digital assets; such as this tweet, a song, an encrypted work of art, a song or almost any multimedia file that comes to mind.
If you are interested in bidding in this interesting and super modern auction, connect to your Twitter account, which is included with your Telcel Max Unlimited Plan and make your offer before March 21, connected to #TelcelLaMejorRed with the highest Coverage.
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An altruistic auction
Many will surely wonder why Dorsey is interested in doing this auction. As it turns out, it’s not just a whim of the social media mogul; Instead, the proceeds will go to a charity called Give Directly; which supports various countries in Africa.
How much would you give for this tweet?
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