The hype of NFT increased, and many artists and celebrities took advantage of this momentum and created their own NFT.
Elon Musk is no exception.
Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk produced a techno song and offered it for sale as a non-exchangeable digital code NFT.
Musk announced his show on Monday, on Twitter, saying:
I am selling this song about NFT as NFT.
The song features a gold cup written on it “HODL” and a dog moving along with the song, referring to a “doji” coin.
The song is techno music with some simple lyrics like:
NFT to satisfy your ego, Computers Never Sleep, Verified, It’s Guaranteed.
Currently, the title of the song has not been revealed, nor has it been revealed where Musk intends to sell it as NFT.
Musk isn’t the only entrepreneur to capitalize on the NFT craze to make a quick buck.
Recently, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey also announced that he will sell his first NFT tweet.
He told Dorsey that the proceeds from the sales would go to charity.
To date, the highest bid for “Dorsey” has been reported at $ 2.5 million.
Pop star Grimes’ friend Musk recently sold her digital art collection as NFT last month.
NFT is growing rapidly in popularity, as NFT has increased significantly:
Currently, the most expensive NFT sold to date is a work of art by the artist known as “Beeple” who displayed works and pieces in NFT format for an offer from an anonymous collector for $ 69.3 million.