Technology The NFT of the world's first tweet is for sale for 45 million euros (but no one wants)

14:15  15 april  2022
14:15  15 april  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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  Le NFT du premier tweet au monde est en vente pour 45 millions d'euros (mais personne n’en veut) © Fairfax Media

big disappointment for sina estavi .

last March, the contractor in the cryptomonnies had bought the NFT of the first Tweet of Jack Dorsey , the co-founder of Twitter, for nearly 3 million euros. As he returned to sale this month, hoping for 45 million euros, the auction did not exceed 10,000 euros.


"My sales offer was high and not everyone could afford it. I do not think everyone deserves this NFT, it's not just a tweet, it's the digital jocona, "said Estavi in ​​Reuters.

Fortunately for the unlucky owner, the OpenSea platform allows or not to accept the offer and reopen the auctions. "The deadline I fixed is exceeded. If I get a good offer, I could accept it, but I could never sell it, "he said.

While winking ELON MUSK : "It would be a pity that the owner of Twitter does not have the first tweet."

Last December, the anonymous artist Pak had sold 250,000 NFT for the sum of 85 million euros on the Nifty Gateway platform. A record on the NFT market.

Chelsea tops UEFA list of clubs getting paid from Euro 2020 .
NYON, Switzerland (AP) — Chelsea got 5.1 million euros ($5.55 million) from European Championship revenues for releasing players to their national teams, UEFA said Friday. UEFA had a fund of 200 million euros ($217.5 million) to pay clubs a daily rate per player involved in the Euro 2020 tournament and qualifying, plus Nations League games since 2018. The list of payments was announced one day after UEFA approved an increased total of 240 million euros ($261 million) for clubs whose players are called up to national teams through the Euro 2024 tournament in Germany.English clubs collectively earned 47 million euros ($51.

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