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Within minutes of the tweet being posted, bids reached more than $88,000.
But they skyrocketed on Saturday, with a bid of $1.5m being usurped by a $2m offer at around 15:30 GMT.
According to Valuables by Cent's terms, 95% of a tweet's sale will go to the original creator with the remainder going to the website.
originally posted by: bigsnowman
My goodness, I can't take the value of money seriously anymore.
originally posted by: schuyler
I don't get it. How can you "Buy a tweet"? Does it come with a certificate of authenticity? Once I buy it can I resell it? How do I know I have it? Would anyone like to buy this post? It makes as much sense.
originally posted by: Gravelbone
a reply to: schuyler
Digital property is now something collectible, somehow, apparently.
TopShot is for purchasing digital sports highlights namely NBA.
I don't get it either, but to each thier own.
originally posted by: Subaeruginosa
originally posted by: RazorV66
Maybe I can sell the Tweet that got me banned from Twitter?
I’ll give ya 20 bucks for it... I’m sure it’d be good for a good laugh.
originally posted by: watchitburn
a reply to: bigsnowman
I once bought some girl's soul on Ebay for $12.
I still have the certificate of ownership somewhere.