Sina Estavi is a “crypto entrepreneur,” who last year bought a digital token representing Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s first ever tweet. He paid $2.9 million for it, and this month sought to make good on his “investment,” putting it up for auction with an expectation it could net him $48 million. It did not.
As CoinDesk reports, Estavi put the NFT up for sale on April 9, hoping to get around $50 million for it, and then donate “at least $25 million” of that sum to charity. That’s an ambitious figure for something we can all see, screencap, download, and enjoy below for the cost of just a few seconds of our time:
just setting up my twttr
— jack⚡️ (@jack) March 21, 2006
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