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The most expensive mistake in the world: he sold a one-stone NFT for pennies, but it cost millions

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That non-fungible tokens (NFTs) sell for millions of dollars. However, sales figures are often very misleading for those who are just starting this type of business. A collector under user Dino Dealer on Twitter confirmed this firsthand. The young man sold etherrock on the less than a cent when it cost 900,000 euros.

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The value is negligible compared to what these breeds usually have in records. blockchain. Mistake is more common than thought in this type of business, especially for those who are just starting out in the virtual market. He wanted to sell a piece 444 Ethereum, a cryptocurrency that currently exceeds 900,000 euros. By mistake, he published them in 444, which is almost €0.009.

He asks for help to correct his huge mistake.  Photo: Twitter @dino_dealerHe asks for help to correct his huge mistake. Photo: Twitter @dino_dealer

Experts on the subject quickly realized their mistake. Apparently it didn’t take long for them to accept the offer and save etherrock. Being on the verge of a breakdown, he decided to talk about what happened to him on his Twitter account. …

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