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Ja Rule selling rights to Fyre Festival tweet of infamous cheese sandwiches as NFT

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A tweet showing the infamous cheese sandwiches served at the Fyre Festival will be sold as a non-fungible token estimated to go for around $80,000.

A now-viral tweet featuring a photo of two slices of bread and cheese thrown together with a sad side salad in a Styrofoam container given to attendees of the 2017 music festival scam will be sold as an NFT, a digital asset that can be verified using blockchain technology, according to the auction page posted Wednesday to Ja Rule's platform FlipKick, which creates NFT's for physical works of art.

NFT's often represent unique, one-of-a-kind items. Ja Rule's platform FlipKick is selling the rights to the infamous tweet of a cheese sandwich from the Fyre Festival.  (Getty Images) The NFT sold on.

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