Wiki Birthday NFTs on Christie’s


Dec 03 @

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales is auctioning off a non-fungible token of the first edit ever made on the website.
Wales typed the words “Hello, World!” after launching Wikipedia on January 15, 2001, and the moment has been immortalized in the NFT that is being sold by Christie’s.
According to the auction house’s senior specialist Peter Klarnet, Wikipedia, “built upon the effort of millions over the past 20 years, is one of the finest examples of what decentralized groups working toward a common goal can achieve.”
Other famous websites have capitalized on the growing market for NFTs, which reached $15 billion in trading volume in October. Twitter creator Jack Dorsey, for example, sold his first tweet, which read “just setting up my twttr,” for $2.9 million in March.

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