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The meme of this Japanese breed dog sold for Rs 29 crore, know the whole matter

Dogs are said to be man’s best friends. There is a lot of loyalty in them. There are many breeds of them, according to which their price is decided, but here we are not talking about the dog but its meme. The auction of the meme of this Japanese breed dog has broken all records.

Japanese breed dog Shiba Inu’s meme was auctioned as a sixth (irreplaceable token). In this auction held on Friday, the final bid of this meme was 29 crore 29 lakhs. It has become the highest grossing NFT meme ever sold for such a huge amount.

The meme was put up for auction on Tuesday on auction site Jora. This meme by @pleasrdao bid 1,696.9 Ethereum cryptocurrency, which is worth $4 million, i.e. about 29 crores. These memes were sold by dog ​​owner Atsuko Sato. Japanese nursery teacher Atsuko Sato shared a meme of this excited-looking Shiba Inu dog breed in 2013.

The meme became so popular that two software engineers jokingly created a cryptocurrency called Dogecoin, but according to reports in March, crypto is now extremely important. Now this meme has become an important part of cryptocurrency. In cryptocurrencies, it is also known as the Shiba token.

Let us tell you that earlier the video, which went viral under the name Charlie Bit My Finger, was auctioned as a non-fungible token (NFT), with a bid of 50 million.

Parvesh Maurya
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