Twitter founder puts his first tweet up for sale

The highest bid on Saturday – $ 2 million – came from Justin Sun, the founder of TRON, a blockchain platform, the core cryptocurrency technology, and owner of the BitTorrent streaming platform.

LTwitter boss Jack Dorsey put his very first tweet on sale on Friday and the highest bid was $ 2 million on Saturday, a sign of appetite for these new collectibles, virtual items authenticated on the blockchain.

“I’m creating my Twttr account,” the platform founder tweeted on March 21, 2006. On Friday, he tweeted a link to the “Valuables” site, where amateurs can make an offer.

The highest bid on Saturday – $ 2 million – came from Justin Sun, the founder of TRON, a blockchain platform, the core cryptocurrency technology, and owner of the BitTorrent streaming platform.

“The creator of a tweet decides if he would like to send it on the blockchain to create a unique authenticated version,” explains the tweet auction site.

Buying a tweet means acquiring “a digital certificate of the tweet, unique because it was signed and verified by the creator,” the company says on its question-and-answer page – like an autograph.

The tweet itself remains visible to everyone, as long as Jack Dorsey or Twitter leaves it online.

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