A London-based entrepreneur is auction a 1973 job application completed by Steve Jobs. “The apparently completed Jobs form for an unspecified position at an unspecified company will be available for purchase either as a purportedly authenticated physical asset or in digital form as a non-fungible token or NFT,” reports CNET. From the report: The job application has already been auctioned several times, selling in 2017 for $ 18,750, in 2018 for $ 174,757 and last March for $ 222,400. Auction organizer Olly Joshi is hoping to sweeten the pot by accepting side-by-side bids for the physical version and a new NFT version. The auctions begin on July 21. “Steve Jobs’ 1973 handwritten application auction is meant to highlight the modern shift in perceived value – physical or digital,” he said in a statement. The auction will last for seven days, during which time people looking for the physical version will be able to bid on Joshi’s website, which is run from an auction app called Snoofa. People who are hoping to grab the digital version can head to the popular NFT Rarible Marketplace.
Steve Jobs’ 1973 job application goes up for auction again, in physical and NFT form
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