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MoonPlay’s team meeting with Elon Musk last week

MoonPlay’s team meeting with Elon Musk last week

Exciting rumors are circulating all over the place because a week after MoonPay and Elon Musk met, the crypto platform bought a gold ape.
Deepak.eth supported the rumors by saying that an anonymous bidder purchased his Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT for 600 ETH.
Deepak earlier sold the product for 690,420 ETH. This price refers to the well-known “meme numbers” which Musk often uses in his tweets. Moreover, he ultimately decreased the price of the artwork to 569 to likely sell it quicker.

The Bored Ape Yacht Club# 1837 sold to a moonpay-eth customer. A blockchain expert, called Colin Wu, published that Musk may have used it to buy the item indirectly.
Though, the only things which contradicts that concept are the relationships between musk and Twitter’s NFT profile photos and the NFT industry. Earlier, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has criticized Twitter’s management team for the number of bots and scammers hiding under each tweet.
Despite the important drop in the crypto market, the NFT industry is not affected by market output. The floor prices of different high-level series’ remains the same as in previous months.

The latest troublesome happening for the industry was the theft of NFT on the OpenSea platform. A hacker stole around $3 million in NFTs. This contained pieces from BAYC and sold them on OpenSea’s rival LooksRare platform.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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