Crazy high bids you won’t believe
A non-fungible token (NFT) represents a unique digital item, such as articles and blog posts. 😉
Practically anyone can create their own NFT. You just have to connect your crypto wallet to an NFT marketplace.
Rarible and OpenSea are both good options. But be aware the gas fees, which is used to mint your NFT but can fluctuate throughout the day.
I gathered together all my 800+ blog posts over the last 10 years, and packaged everything into a single compressed file. Selling old content in a new digital asset form is becoming very popular. Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey famously sold his first ever tweet as an NFT for $2.9 million.
Luckily there seems to be a lot of interest for my blog posts. 🙂 The highest bid so far for my one of a kind offering is 28 Ethers, which is equivalent to $69,420 today. It’s not that surprising anymore. With inflation about to seriously devalue the dollar, everyone’s trying to hedge using finite assets. 🙂
Finally I am able to monetize my work, lol. I’m hoping to make at least $100,000 from the sale once the auction ends next week.
Originality is what the buyer is ultimately paying for. They will receive proper value for their payment.
Of course this may sound a little too good to be true. Making money online has never been more accessible. But this seems almost too easy doesn’t it?
Large trends are easy to get swept up in. But remember that quality investments sell themselves. There’s no need for hype.
So if you haven’t realized it yet read the first letter of each paragraph in this post. 😉
Random Useless Fact:
Ha! I can’t believe you got me again, this is ridiculous. First time you got me was with the April Fools Tesla purchase, not sure which year that was. I am so slow sometimes!
Hahaha, nice one.
Great way to start the day.
hahaha you got me too.
You had me going. That’s a brillant April Fools post!!!
Well done. cd :O)
April fools!!! lol
I knew something was up when I saw two articles this week.
LOL, good one Liquid! The email notification got me. But I managed to figure it out by the second paragraph.
I love the reveal at the end. Very clever.
You got me, you really got me! One of the best April Fools ever.
I was reading this thinking, “What? I guess I don’t know what NFTs are.” Then I read the comments. You got me there.
you got me!