Seller using the username Maxnaut intends to sell Bored Ape Yacht Club-NFT for 75 Ether. However, he put the decimal point incorrectly and sold it for 0.75 ether. CNET wrote that NFT was promptly purchased at what was likely a fine.
“How did this happen? I think there was a focus error. I insert too many items every day and didn’t pay enough attention. I saw the error right away when my finger clicked on the mouse but /…/ it was bought right away before I could click” Canceled, “and as such, $250,000 is gone,” the seller told CNET.
NFT stands for “non-replaceable token” and the Ny Teknik website explains it as “the blockchain version of what we usually call pool cards.” Each token corresponds to a unique part of the encryption chain and allows verification of the authenticity and authenticity of the digital artwork. Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) is a highly sought after NFT venue. It has a circulation of 10,000 copies and is owned by celebrities such as host Jimmy Fallon, basketball player Steve Curry and artist Post Malone. Just Bored Ape Yacht Club is an avatar and ticket to an online club.
However, this isn’t the first time a typo has made headlines when it comes to NFTs. Last month, someone dropped the CryptoPunk NFT for $19,000 instead of $19 million, and in the case of Bored Ape, someone dropped the NFT for $26,000 in August.
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