This dog’s meme was auctioned for 29 crores, broke all previous records
Memes of Japanese breed dog Shiba Inu have been auctioned as NFT, whose final bid has reached Rs 29 crore 29 lakh. With this, it has become the highest-grossing meme by breaking all the records so far.
Atsuko Sato is the owner of the meme dog
This meme was placed on the auction site Zora on Tuesday. Here by Pleasrdao, this meme was bid for 1,696.9 Ethereum crypto currency i.e. Rs 29 crore. This meme was sold by dog owner Atsuko Sato.
Shared meme in 2013
Atsuko Sato reveals that he is a Japanese nursery teacher. He shared this meme in 2013, which became so popular that two software engineers made a joke about this meme, a cryptocurrency called Dogecoin.
Why meme sold so expensive?
Although the same crypto has now become very important. This is the reason why this Japanese dog meme has been sold so expensive. Let us tell you that in cryptocurrency it is also known as Shiba token.
Mime currency is called dojicoin copy
Let us tell you that Shiba Inu has been launched only a year ago. This is called a copy of the mime currency dojicoin. Although it calls itself a ‘dogecoin killer’. The donation that Batrik has given to India against Corona includes 50 trillion SHIB tokens. Its value is about 1 billion dollars. Within a week, its price has jumped by about 1000 percent.
Shiba Inu is the 25th largest cryptocurrency
According to coin market cap data, it is the 25th largest cryptocurrency in the world with a market value of $7.9 billion. According to the Wall Street Journal report on May 10, about 1000 trillion Shiba Inu coins are currently in supply.