Last week NFT of Jack Dorsey’s first tweet was put on sale for $48 million. However, the tp bid offered for it at the end of the auction was $280.
The owner of the NFT is Sina Estavi, a crypto enterpreneur of Iranian origin. He acquired the first Twitter post, made by his founder Jack Dorsey, for $2.9 million in March 2021. A week ago, he announced token’s sale on his page in Twitter and promised to transfer half of the procceds – at least $ 25 million – for charity.
I decided to sell this NFT ( the world's first ever tweet ) and donate 50% of the proceeds ( $25 million or more ) to the charity @GiveDirectly
🖇 https://t.co/cnv5rtAEBQ pic.twitter.com/yiaZjJt1p0
— Estavi (@sinaEstavi) April 6, 2022
The auction closed on Wednesday, but the entrepreneur received only seven offers from those who want to buy a tweet, who offered from $ 6 to $ 277.
“The deadline I set was over, but if I get a good offer, I might accept it, I might never sell it,” Estavi commented. He has two days to accept a proposal, otherwise, its will expire.
Estavi’s crypto enterprises Bridge Oracle and CryptoLande experienced collapse after the arrest of their employees in Iran last year. The entrepreneur at this time allegedly was in Malaysia. Now he will restart the Bridge Oracle (BRG) tokens, which were on Iron blockchain, on Binance Smart Chain. BRG investors are waiting for Estavi to replace old tokens with the new ones. According to him, the exchange is performed manually, so it can take up to two months.