Who paid 1,500 ETH for Dorsey’s NFT Compares it to Mona Lisa


The auction for the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) that gives proof of authority over Jack Dorsey’s “Tweet Genesis” has concluded. Held on Valuables, a platform that allows its users to convert their Tweets into NFT.

Created by the Ethereum based service Cent, the tweet has been “authenticated” by Dorsey, CEO of the social network and payment company Square. Valuables told auction participants:

The tweet itself will continue to live on Twitter. What you are purchasing is a digital certificate of the tweet, unique because it has been signed and verified by the creator.

The auction winner was Bridge Oracle Protocol CEO Sina Estavi after bidding nearly $3 million in Ethereum (ETH). Outbidding Justin Sun, founder of Tron, who bid nearly $2 million. Stavi told Dorsey:

5 BTC + 300 Free Spins for new players & 15 BTC + 35.000 Free Spins every month, only at mBitcasino. Play Now!

Hey Jack, thank you for accepting my offer, and I’m glad this money is being donated to charity…. Let’s Bridge to freedom.

Dorsey previously confirmed that the proceeds from the sale of his NFT would be immediately converted to Bitcoin. The funds in BTC will be sent to GiveDirectly, a non-profit organization that is responsible for sending cash transfers to low-income individuals.

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