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OpenSea Lists Elon Musk’s ‘The Bird Is Freed’ Tweet As NFT

Following the acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, a giant electronic cars producer, Elon posted a new tweet that has waltzed its way into the NFT marketplace. 

OpenSea, a leading nft marketplace, listed the new Twitter CEO’s first tweet after purchasing the media company as a collectible. The tweet which reads ‘the bird is freed’ is worth 25 Eth or $37,640.25 on OpenSea. At the time of writing, it has sold a piece.

After closing the $44b Twitter deal, Elon assumed ownership of the popular media platform. He laid off all the top executive board members of the company. Hence, by default, giving him complete control over the affairs of Twitter.

Elon tweeted the currently popular phrase ‘the bird is freed’ at precisely 4:48 AM on Friday. It was to declare that he now officially owned the business. Additionally, he spoke to the workforce at Twitter’s US headquarters.

Elon Musk’s New Twitter Policy Plans

Elon had previously stated a desire to limit the posts permitted on the site before purchasing Twitter. He expressed concern over those who publish hate speech, make unfounded accusations, and update news without reliable sources. In one of his remarks, he claimed that their acts were in direct opposition to the main goal of such a large platform and warranted harsh repercussions.

But this encouraged the decision to purchase the business. However, there are more factors at play in the acquisition of Twitter. These include getting rid of bots that are everywhere and using an algorithm to screen content before it is published.


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