The Huge Amounts Of Money The First Tweet Ever In The World Has Been Sold For.
The first tweet ever to appear on Twitter has been sold for record 318.5 Million Kenya shillings and it was sold by the Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey as a digital collectors of items, the NFT.
After buying the first tweet in the world at 318.5 million Kenya shillings, Estavi stated that That was not just a tweet and that in years later, people will realize the true value of the tweet just like the painting of Mona Lisa.
This tweet was bought by a person called Estavi and be paid for it using the Ether cryptocurrency.
The first ever tweet in the world stated that and I quote it, 'just setting up my twitter' and it was published in the year 2006 in the month of March.
The tweet had over 120,000 shares and bad over 160,000 likes.
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