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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sells digital version of his first tweet for $2.9 mil

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And the tweet has been re-re-re-re-sold 500M times since.

I'm happy for the people who snookered someone to buy this - a quick $145K in the bank ... that they will pay taxes on.

I'm happy for the charity(s) receiving the money, that $145K extra would have helped even more humans.

Wouldn't converting to bitcoin help launder money?

In 15 yrs, there will be a cottage industry of recovering NFT items that are either encrypted and stored with the decryption keys lost, forgotten or the storage device(s) failed.

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Digitals have become the newest collectibles. Last week, one digital art sold for $69 million.

https://www.actionnetwork.com/news/nft-digital-art-piece-sells-record-price

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So someone forked out 2.9 million to own nothing.

What a time to be alive

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Huh? What have we turned into...does someone want to buy my tweet for $2.90?

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John Cleese has an NFT bridge to sell you for $69.3 million

https://www.theverge.com/2021/3/22/22344556/john-cleese-monty-python-nft-brooklyn-bridge

It is an image of the Brooklyn Bridge made on an iPad Pro. The current bid it $36K, but Mr. Cleese wants $69.3 million in the "BUY IT NOW" price.

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As the money will be given to charity, what is the problem exactly?

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