A non-fungible token that produces its own unique properties which can’t be interchanged with something else – NFT is what’s everyone is talking about. This might be the next it-thing for collectors to own valuable pieces that can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. The buyer of an NFT asset owns a “token” to prove that they are the owners of the original work and no one else will have the original product.
Now, we have the owner of Tesla, Elon Musk joining in the hype as he might be planning to sell a techno song about NFT; as an NFT. However, he did not share any links to the NFT or reveal additional context on when he’s planning to release it for sale, so it remains unclear.
None of Elon Musk’s Twitter followers know the name of the song, but there were some clues included in the 2-minute looping video, displaying a golden orb orbited by the word “Vanity Trophy”, multiple coins and Shiba Inus coated in gold circling in opposite direction and an acronym of HODL which can possibly mean “hold on for dear life.”
Elon Musk has always been Bitcoin’s number one supporter on Twitter and his company Tesla, which invested $1.5 billion in the fungible cryptocurrency last month and has shared his plans to accept this cryptocurrency as payment to sell vehicles in the future.