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一张GIF卖出60万美元,游戏艺术家找到了财富密码

A GIF sold for 600000 dollars, and the game artist found the wealth code

2021-03-11 17:00:52来源: 游戏时光

如果有人 10 年后联系到你,说要花钱买下你之前在微博上发布的一条动态,你大概会觉得这人脑子有毛病。但现实世界中就上演着这样的闹剧,上周六的下午,推特 CEO 杰克·多西(Jack Dorsey)声称要拍卖他于 2006 年发布的首条推文,以 NTF(不可替代代币/非同质化代币)的形式交易。还不到一天时间,一位来自加密货币贸易公司的老板,便把价格抬到了 250 万美元。2006 年,杰克·多西发布的「刚设置好我的推特」用人话来解释,NTF 可以看成一段独一无二的代码,以证明某个数字资产的所有权,大致上等同于比特币、以太币那一套东西,只不过价值独有、没法拆分。多举几个例子可能会更好理解:大家应该看过一张叫做「彩虹猫」(Nyan Cat)的 GIF 表情图,为了庆祝这个梗诞生 10 周年,一个月前它的作者克里斯·托

If someone gets in touch with you 10 years later and says they want to pay for an update you posted on Weibo before, you may think there is something wrong with this person's brain. But there is such farce in the real world. On Saturday afternoon, twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that he would auction his first tweet published in 2006 and trade it in the form of NTF. In less than a day, a boss from a cryptocurrency trading company raised the price to $2.5 million. In 2006, Jack Dorsey released "just set up my twitter" to explain in human language that NTF can be regarded as a unique code to prove the ownership of a digital asset, which is roughly equivalent to bitcoin and ether coin, but with unique value and can not be separated. A few more examples might be better understood: you should have seen a GIF emoticon called "Nyan cat". In order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the birth of this Terrier, its author, Chris to, a month ago

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