Elon Musk Wants 420 millions dogecoins (DOGE) for His NFT Music Track
The newest member of the NFT club is the richest man in the world. Elon Musk, a huge fan of cryptocurrency based on Dogecoin meme is auctioning off a DOGE-based NFT artwork. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX shared through his Twitter account that he plans to sell the artwork he posted in a video he shared on Twitter. To date, the video has accumulated 12.2 million views and more than 36,500 retweets, clearly showing that engagement is out of the charts.
Although Musk says, “I’m selling this song on NFTs as an NFT,” crypto-personalities are more intrigued by the video’s artwork. The image of a trophy, with gold step support, has several dogs spinning, which was interpreted as meaning “DOGE”. Below are the words “Hodl” and “Never sleep”. At the top, “Vanity Trophy” is boldly written.
Interestingly, many crypto-personalities have involved Musk, hoping that this will create a window of opportunity for the CEO to accept digital payments in person or at his Tesla electric car company.
Industry players asked the billionaire if he accepted digital assets. Beeple, the digital artist whose NFT piece of art sold for an incredible $69 million, offered to pay for the piece. “I’m going to give you $60 million for that.” He tweeted. Musk responded by refusing the offer, as he requested 420 million DOGE. At the current market rate, that equates to $24 million.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 15, 2021