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Rare Invisible Friend NFT Sold For $1.3 Million USD In Charity Auctionby@deleted3482315
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Rare Invisible Friend NFT Sold For $1.3 Million USD In Charity Auction

by Yahya MaghrabFebruary 25th, 2022
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A rare Invisible Friend NFT (Non-Fungible Token) from the highly anticipated Invisible Friends project just sold at auction for 496.69 ETH ($1.3M USD) on the OpenSea marketplace, with 100% of the proceeds going to charity.

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A rare Invisible Friend NFT (Non-Fungible Token) from the highly anticipated Invisible Friends project just sold at auction for 496.69 ETH ($1.3M USD) on the OpenSeamarketplace, with 100% of the proceeds going to charity.

The sale of the "Golden Friend" from the Invisible Friends' charity auction on OpenSeawas sold for 496.69 ETH which values at an estimated $1.3 Million US Dollars. The sale took place on Wednesday, February 23, 2022.

100% of the proceeds will go towards the RCC charity fund, the auction winner, A9D3B2, who won the Golden Friend Charity Auction for $1.3M Million will be getting the "Golden Friend" NFT and he will also be getting 5 unrevealed Invisible Friends NFTs.

Invisible Friends announced their Golden Friend Charity Auction in this tweet.

Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs for short, are digital tokens that are unique, unlike cryptocurrencies which are interchangeable. NFTs are a new type of digital assets that represent other assets such as collectibles, real-world goods and securities, and even digital content such as video games or digital books. NFTs are distinguished from cryptocurrencies due to their lack of fungibility.

Invisible Friends is an NFT collection of 5,000 unique cartoon animated invisible characters on the Ethereum Blockchain made by Markus Magnusson.