The definition of being "stupid rich"
Over 100 times its original price
Almost $30,000 in bids were received in the final hours of the sale
Over 1,000 times its original price
Even with the unique car, nobody wanted this NFT
The most expensive model ever sold was around twice that amount
He paid $2.9 million for the NFT last year
Companies ranging from Disney to Harley Davidson have gotten their start in a garage and such is the case for many major tech companies.
The phone works, but cannot ever be restored or updated without breaking it
Check out that Koa wood case
A fascinating piece of gaming history
People definitely prefer the physical to the digital
Steve Jobs' 1973 job application form is being auctioned for a fourth time, now with an accompanying NFT
Guess which one is proving more valuable?
The Legend of Zelda wasn't number one for very long
One of the best examples of The Legend of Zelda ever offered on the public market
Does it go against the web's free and open principles?
Expect the $1,000 starting price to go much, much higher
Purchased for Christmas in 1986 and forgotten in a desk drawer until 2021
I wonder how much GameStop would offer on trade-in?
Car collectors still have an appetite for their hobby
The largest amount of spectrum offered in an auction in US history
The former owner says he once turned down a $1.2 million offer
Expect it to go for a high price