The tweet immediately got the attentions of his many followers and in short time it got 7 Million views.
The American digital artist Beetle, who sold his digital artwork: “Everydays: The First 5000 days” for $69 Million rushed in with a bid of $69 Million. Musk tweeted that the price for his NFT was 420 Million of Dogecoins (lower than the offer made by the artist), and Beeple accepted the price and bought it.
The story doesn’t end here, few hours later Beeple tweeted again: he posted a new NFT artwork representing a naked Elon Musk sitting on a huge Shiba Inu dog, staring with intent into the distance as birds circle behind and clutching a golden trophy. The caption of the tweet was “Non-fungible Elons.”
Reactions arrived immediately, and Justin Sun who lost the bid for “Everydays: the first 5000 days”, tweeted: Sell it to me followed by a smiling face.
And now we really are at the end, with Justin Sun who asks the users how much he should pay for the “Not-Fungible Elons”
Waiting for the next chapter of this story!