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Elon Musk isn't selling that song about NFTs as an NFT after all – Dancing Astronaut Elon Musk isn't selling that song about NFTs as an NFT after all

Billionaire CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, has decided not to sell his song about non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as an NFT after all.

In a tweet, the self-proclaimed “Technoking of Tesla,” released a house track about NFTs. Within 24 hours, the song about NFTs that Musk intended to sell as an NFT was worth more than $1.1 million after Musk’s tweet was made available on Cent, a platform that tokenizes Twitter posts and allows users to auction and place bids. Though Musk was poised to rake it in, he later had a change of heart; “Actually, doesn’t feel quite right selling this. Will pass,” he stated.

The South African-born entrepreneur has expressed his love for dance music a multitude of times in recent years. He previously shared the techno-themed “Don’t Doubt ur Vibe” in January of 2020, and also teased a “tunnel rave” in celebration of the completion of the Las Vegas Loop, as well as a “mega rave cave” under his Brandenburg Tesla facility in Germany.

Listen to Musk’s song about NFTs below.

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