Business magnate Elon Musk decided not to sell the NFT he posted on Twitter although there was a $1 M bid. The bid proposal came from a Twitter user with the name @SinaEstavi.
Actually, doesn’t feel quite right selling this. Will pass.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 16, 2021
Selling the track would have given the buyer the digital rights of ownership. He or she would have got a digital certificate signed and authorized by the creator.The NFT was even listed for an on “Valuables,” a blockchain-powered platform released by social media network Cent.
Tesla and Space X CEO has shown interest in the crypto assets for a while. Particularly, he mentioned Bitcoin, Doge, and NFTs in his tweets. On February 8, electric vehicle company Tesla announced investing $1.5 billion in bitcoin.
Recently a user asked the billionaire on Twitter if the Coinbase exchange should list the cryptocurrency DOGE. Elon Musk's answer was a clear "Yes!".