Jimmy Wales The Birth of Wikipedia NFT | Christie’s

The first message posted on Wikipedia by the site’s co-founder marked a unique moment in the history of the internet — and is now being sold as an NFT. ‘Hello, World!’ was the first edit Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales made to the site’s homepage after launching it on 15 January 2001. Since then the online encyclopedia has become the internet’s largest repository of free information. It is published in more than 300 languages, edited by thousands of volunteers and read by millions of knowledge-seekers. Learn more: https://www.christies.com/features/First-Wikipedia-edit-to-be-sold-as-NFT-11983-1.aspx #NFTs #NFT #ChristiesInc #Crypto #Wikipedia #JimmyWales

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