Twitter Founder's First Tweet Auctioned for Rs 45 Crore (30 Million Us Dollars)

Twitter Founder's First Tweet Auctioned for Rs 45 Crore (30 Million Us Dollars)

While the microblogging website Twitter has become a trillion-dollar asset, the developments that began there have the potential to change the world. Surprisingly, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey's first tweet sold for about $30 million in the United States and more than Rs 450 million in Pakistan.

Yes, the first tweet from Twitter founder Jack Dorsey was purchased for more than Rs 450 million by a Malaysian-born Iranian businessman 15 years ago. According to Reuters, Jack Dorsey's first tweet sent on March 22, 2006, was auctioned off for more than 29 million dollars. The first tweet of Twitter creator Jack Dorsey was sold online, and the proceeds were obtained in Bitcoin-style cryptocurrency.

More than 29 million US dollars, or more than 450 million Pakistani rupees, have been invested in cryptocurrency. "I built my Twitter account," Jack Dorsey said in his first tweet. Nearly 1.5 million people have retweeted Jack Dorsey's tweet, and many people have recently commented on it and offered him money to buy it.

The money raised from the selling of Jack Dorsey's tweet will go to people in developing countries around the world, including Africa. On March 21, 2006, Twitter was launched, and on March 22, 2006, Jack Dorsey sent his first tweet. Twitter is currently used by up to 500 million people worldwide and generates nearly 65 billion dollars in annual sales.

Politicians, social leaders, and human rights advocates are among the most prominent users of Twitter. The site is mainly used to address current events and global issues, as well as possible solutions. The majority of Twitter users are between the ages of 35 and 65, with just around 35% of women and up to 65% of men holding accounts.


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