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NFT Jack Dorsey's First Tweet on Twitter Sold Again, Prices Drop!

NFT in the form of Jack Dorsey’s first tweet on his Twitter account is known to be sold again, guys. But unfortunately, the price of the NFT has now dropped drastically.

Jack Patrick Dorsey is a web developer and entrepreneur from the United States whose name is worldwide after successfully creating the Twitter platform.

The man who was born on November 19, 1976 is also known to have plunged into the world of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT), by making his first tweet on Twitter as a digital asset.

At that time, his NFT was successfully sold at 2.9 million US dollars or equivalent to Rp 41.6 billion. Now, the NFT that has changed hands is being sold again, but the price has dropped drastically.

Back on sale, NFT Price of Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet on Twitter Drops!

Launching from FortuneThe NFT, titled ‘Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet’, is now in the hands of Iranian crypto entrepreneur Sina Estavi and has been resold in an auction conducted through OpenSea.

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Initially, Estavi hoped that his NFT would sell for 50 million US dollars (Rp 717.7 billion). A portion of the sales will be donated to the charity GiveDirectly.

However, his expectations collapsed because so far the NFT has only received an offer of US$280. In fact, the auction was conducted for 7 days since April 7 last.

However, Estavi is still determined to continue the auction until he gets an offer that suits his wishes.

NFT Jack Dorsey
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“The deadline for the same set is over, but if I get a good offer, I may accept it, (or) may not sell it,” said Estavi, quoted by CoinDesk via Kompas.

In this second stage of the auction, the offer from NFT’s Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet was observed to have increased to 1.5 ETH or around Rp. 67.5 million. Even so, many people believe that the NFT will not exceed Rp 717.7 billion as desired by Estavi.

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Will Estavi lose? The answer is yes, but what can I say, because the interest in his NFT has decreased and people prefer to buy other NFTs whose fate is predicted to be much better.