Elon Musk is revoking its decision to sell a crypto collectible that has had at least a bid of over $ 1 million.
On March 15, Musk announced that he would be listing a song for sale on the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Valuables Marketplace.
“I’m selling this song through NFTs as an NFT.”
The digital collector’s item contains the text “NFT for your vanity. Computers never sleep. It’s verified. It is guaranteed. “
I am selling this song through NFTs as NFT pic.twitter.com/B4EZLlesPx
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 15, 2021
But just 24 hours later, the tech billionaire announced that he would not sell the digital work of art after all.
“Actually, it doesn’t feel quite right to sell this. Will pass.”
When Musk changed his mind, the collectible had received numerous offers, with at least eight bidders offering $ 100,000 or more.
The CEO of Tron Blockchain’s Bridge Oracle public oracle system, Hakan Estavi, placed the highest bid of 625.64 ETH, worth around $ 1.12 million.
Earlier this month, Estavi unsuccessfully offered $ 600,000 for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s tweet. The first tweet from Twitter and Dorsey received a bid of $ 2.5 million.
Musk’s U-turn comes a few weeks after his girlfriend and co-parenting musician Grimes sold $ 6 million worth of NFTs on Nifty Gateway.
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