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A guy sold his Lamborghini for an NFT, believing BAYC keeps its value better


Twitter user @iCrimax has made headlines for selling his Lamborghini to buy BAYC NFT. Obviously, cryptoTwittrr were similarly surprised and excited about @iCrimax’s controversial determination.

Two days ago, @iCrimax tweeted, “I finally joined @BoredApeYC. I sold my Lamborghini for this NFT, but I believe BAYC is more flexible. I’m so excited to be part of this community. So this #ApeFollowApe works i have heard? #BAYC.” This tweet was instantly welcomed, and had more than 576 retweets at the time of writing.

@iCrimax continued: “Many people do not believe in my Lamborghini story, but let me tell you something.
Within 2 years, my Lamborghini lost 30,000 euros value. In one day I holding BAYC, I recovered my loss. #bigboymoves #bayc. “

Within months of its launch last year, BAYC became one of the biggest accomplishment stories in the NFT world. Specifically, after it reached a sale of more than $1 billion. That’s about 10 percent of Apple’s revenue in 2021. The NFT sector is now worth $41 billion, almost what the global art sales market achieves in one year.
Each Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT is exclusive and greatly regarded. Best of all, BAYC’s popularity is increasing. Celebrities are aping daily. Having a BAYC NFT allows NFT holders enter to unique online clubs, live sessions, and privileged access to more rare NFTs. So, buying a BAYC NFT is a good investment, because selling it will definitely bring you thousands, if not millions later.

About Tiffany Ellis

She is a smiley curious writer from the USA. She loves Cryptocurrencies, Arts an also NFTs.

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