American YouTuber and professional boxer Jake Paul sells the brutal knockout of former NBA star Nate Robinson as a $ 10 million token on the newly launched Triller platform.
While the NFT craze has brought six-digit and even seven-digit price tags to some NBA Top Shot collections and CryptoPunks, Paul has so far failed to attract buyers.
The highest bid for the Internet personality’s NFT is currently at a modest $ 10,455.
The bidding window will close on April 17, when Paul will have his much-anticipated fight with former MMA champion and vocal Bitcoin advocate Ben Askren.
Paul made his debut in professional boxing against fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib in January 2020.
NFT hype is dying
So far, there is still a week for someone to pay $ 10 million for Paul’s NFT.
The average price of an NFT fell over 70 percent from its February peak.
Mike Winkelmann, a digital artist known as “Beeple,” who fueled the craze with $ 69 million in Christie’s sales, admitted that NFTs could be in a bubble:
To be honest, I definitely think it’s a bubble. I am going back to the analogy of the beginning of the internet. There was a balloon. And the bubble burst.