Tech Report: Twitter founder offers to sell first tweet, highest bid $2.5M
March 8, 2021
Apple is no longer making the iMac Pro, once the most powerful computer the company offered.
For those looking to get their hands on the all-in-one-Mac, they can still do so for a limited time. The $4,999 standard model can still be purchased on Apple’s website, but only while supplies last. Once existing inventory runs out, the iMac Pro will no longer be available.
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It is easier to prevent counterfeit ticket fraud, however.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey is offering to sell the first tweet and the highest bid is $2.5 million.
The tweet will be sold as a non-fungible token, or NFT.
Each NFT is unique and acts as a collector’s item that can’t be duplicated, making them rare by design.
Crypto collectibles have exploded in popularity lately, with anyone from artists to rock bands minting their content.