Twitter is releasing 140 NFTs, matching its original character limit. However, you can’t buy them. Instead, Twitter will be giving them away.
NFTs are all the rage these days, and Twitter is getting in the game, in its own particular way.
Twitter created 140 NFTs, one for each character of its original character limit. But what makes them very different from all other NFTs, is that you cannot buy them.
Instead, Twitter will give them away. In fact, they will be giving 20 of each of seven unique NFT pieces (in editions of 20). All NFTs will be featured on Rarible, one of the leading NFT marketplace platforms.
For a chance to get your hands on one (even though they are indeed “non-fungible”), you will need to reply to their respective Tweets from the @Twitter account.
All these NFTs are all inspired by Twitter, its logo, and character limit:
According to a report from AdWeek, Twitter also said that it has seen more than 29 million Tweets about NFTs so far.
In the report, Twitter head of social marketing and campaigns, Bianca Posterli, explains, “The NFT conversation started on Twitter and it’s huge. This drop is our gift to NFT Twitter to celebrate that conversation and help make it even more accessible.”
140 free NFTs for 140 of you, besties pic.twitter.com/0Pm0tNhIRg
— Twitter (@Twitter) June 30, 2021
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