Wolf of Wall Street

March 23: Guess who came in second for Dorsey's tweet NFT?

By Dahveed | Noncense | 23 Mar 2021


Jack Dorsey’s NFT of his first tweet was sold for 1630.6ETH ($2.9M at the time) to the CEO of Bridge Oracle, Sina Estavi, with Dorsey donating the proceeds to charity. Justin Sun’s bid came in second. Not to be deterred, Sun will seek out Tom from Myspace for the GIF of his first post.

 

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An official from Nigeria’s Central Bank says that citizens can freely trade Bitcoin, only banks can’t. To which, U.S. officials reacted with: What is this, opposites day?

 

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Well, the actual Wolf of Wallstreet is now bullish on Bitcoin with a $100k target. So you know some grandmas on Long Island are getting phone calls to put their inheritance into some BS crypto derivative Belfort just made up.

 

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North… no, wait, South Korea’s new strict crypto reporting laws are forcing the country’s OKEx exchange to close. But first, it will rename itself The Exchange Formerly Known as OK.



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The Brave browser will now officially integrate a dedicated BSC wallet. Congrats on selling out of your DeFi premise — kneel and rise as the Brave New World browser.

 

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Would love to get $2.9M in tips for this one... but a $1 will be cool too.

 

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