The cost of the first publication of the Twitter founder reached $2 million at an online auction

Jack Dorsey published the first publication in 2006.

The first post on Twitter by the founder of this social network, Jack Dorsey, is put up for an online auction Valuables. According to the information posted on its website, the maximum bet on it is already $2 million by Saturday morning.

Dorsey posted his first post on Twitter on March 21, 2006. “Just setting up my Twitter,” he wrote at the time. Last Friday, the microblogging network founder gave everyone who wants to compete for the right to become the full owner of this record, which is put up for sale in the form of a virtual asset – a non-fungible token (NFT).

The main fight for the right to buy the first tweet unfolded between the CEO of the Bridge Oracle Company Hakan Estavi and the Chinese entrepreneur, the founder of the Tron cryptocurrency Justin Sun. The latter raised the bid to $2 million by Saturday morning.

NFT tokens are used to acquire or transfer rights to a particular virtual property.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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