Steve Job’s Physical Job Application and Mirror Copy in NFT Form to Faceoff o...

Steve Job’s Physical Job Application and Mirror Copy in NFT Form to Faceoff o...

In another world-first for the non-fungible token (NFT) space, Steve Job’s handwritten job application letter in its physical form and an accompanying digital NFT of the same item will go head to head in respective auctions. Auction to Expose How Collectors Value Different Formats As NFTs continue to push the boundaries of possibilities, whether introducing new, novel use cases for tokenization or adding layers of value propositions to existing physical items, the question of collector preference is set to best tested. Today, at 9:41 AM Pacific Daylight Time (PDT), Rarible and Snoofa....


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