Elon Musk is no longer offering his NFT for-sale, even for DOGE.

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Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, withdrew his song in the form of a for-sale NFT earlier today.

He said that “it does not feel quite right selling this.”

Musk jumps on the NFT bandwagon but is no longer selling

Elon Musk recently entered the ranks of NFT vendors, offering for sale a techno music track about NFT in the form of a non-fungible coin, as stated by U.Today.

Mike Winkelmann, a graphic artist, paid him $69 million for it (aka Beeple). Musk’s immediate response was to reject the bid and instead request 420 million Dogecoin (which was worth $15 million at the time, more than four times less than Beeple’s offer).

Musk has now tweeted that “it does not feel right selling” this NTF and that he will not participate.

 

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Previously, Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised to sell a tweet in which he advises Peter Schiff to mind his own business while holding an eggplant. However, the highest bid for the tweet has so far been just $100. The previous high offer was $20,000.00.

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