The YouTube star’s huge loss on his NFT has been bumped up by a measly bid after he shared how much it had dropped in value since his purchase last year.
The International House of Pancakes (IHOP) decided to get in on the NFT craze by launching its own so-called “NFT.”
As promised, we just dropped our #NFT: New French Toast! It’s Thick, Fluffy and extremely fungible. pic.twitter.com/r0sZKeBq0a
— IHOP (@IHOP) October 10, 2022
It teased their “NFT” drop on Twitter on Oct 6. to a mixed response, one Web3 supporter said,” kudos to IHOP for having the courage to be on the leading edge and innovating for the future.”
However, when the food chain revealed its “NFT” it was actually a new French toast meal launched for the chain, which it’s calling “New French Toast” or “NFT.”
Logan Paul’s $600K NFT falls to $10
A nonfungible token (NFT) purchased for 188 Ethereum (ETH) at a cost of $623,000 in 2021 by American YouTuber Logan Paul saw a dramatic loss in value to only $10 by the end of September, but has seen a small bump in its price after it trended on social media.
Paul’s loss of over $600,000 on his 0N1 Force K4M-1 #03 NFT has been public knowledge for months, but after the YouTuber shared a post on his Snapchat on Sept. 27 talking about it, several Twitter users picked up the story resulting in more
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