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Elon Musk also sells his NFT

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who has become one of the most influential figures in the digital currency market in recent months, plans to enter the field by selling an electronic piece of music in the form of NFT tokens.

to the the report Verge, this song is about unparalleled tokens. Musk has probably released it on the Blockchain, maybe he has not released this piece yet and he intends to release it in the future. Since Musk did not link to a tweet related to this NFT, it is not yet clear whether he released the piece or whether he wants to sell it at another time. Also, the platform on which Musk wants to sell its NFT is still unclear.

It is not clear whether a name has been chosen for this piece or not, but there are clues to this. In Elon Musk’s tweet, which was released on Monday, a short video was combined with a piece of music. In this video, the phrase “Vanity Trophy” means “Cup of Honor” around a golden ball on top of a cup. The word “HODL” is engraved around this cup.

The acronym “HODL”, attributed to a common spelling mistake, is both an online term and a slogan for the solidarity of the bitcoin community, as it somehow encourages fans of the digital currency not to sell their bitcoins. Elon Musk is a big fan of Bitcoin. Tesla, the maker of electric vehicles owned by Musk, invested $ 1.5 billion in bitcoin last month and announced plans to use the digital currency as a payment method to sell its cars.

In different parts of the video, the words engraved on the cup, which is constantly spinning, change from “Computers” to “Never Sleep”. Meanwhile, a female singer sings poems such as “Computers Never Sleep” and “NFT For Your Vanity”. There are also small golden dogs around the cup, similar to the Dogecoin symbol Shiba Inu.

The song itself does not have much to define. But if you want to know the style of this music, we must say that it is probably a techno song with a combination of Electro House. Given that Musk called himself “Technoking,” or “Tesla King of Technology,” in a file he filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission this morning, the techno song seems like a good choice.


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