“This is wrong”: Elon Musk refused to sell NFT-track

Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk changed his mind about selling a non-fungible token (NFT) based on a non-fungible token track a day after the 

original announcement .“Actually, I think it’s not quite right to sell it. I will refuse, ” he 

wrote on Twitter.Although Musk never posted a link to the marketplace where they could buy NFT, users organized a bid for the tweet itself with the announcement on the Valuables platform. Within a few hours, offers reached $ 1.1 million, but have not increased since then.Musk’s hype proposal helped distract tens of millions of his Twitter followers from news of Tesla’s management reshuffle and the federal investigation into last week’s Tesla crash.

CNBC .On Monday, Tesla filed reports with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in which it revealed information about the transition of the president of its production department, Jerome Guillen, to the position of president of the truck division. Who will replace Guillen is still unknown. On the same day, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced the sending of its employees to Detroit to investigate the causes of the “brutal” accident that occurred on March 11 with a Tesla car.In the document for the SEC, Tesla also 

announced the assignment of new titles to two of its directors: Musk was named “Tesla’s Techno King”, and CFO Zak Kirkhorn – “Master of the Coin.”

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