The 1973 job application form, which Apple co-founder Steve Jobs filled out, is up for auction for the fourth time, but with an interesting addition. In addition to the physical item, a non-flexible version (NFT) is sold at a separate auction.
A one-page program for the uncertain job of the world's most valuable ex-CEO with misspellings and typos, like "Hewitt-Packard" instead of "Hewlett-Packard". This is the fourth time the auction has been held, raising $18,750 in 2017, $174,757 in 2018, and $222,400 last March.
The current auction is slightly different from the previous auction because it offers an interesting test of whether people might be willing to pay more for an NFT than the real price. The physical and digital version is an order form for sale and there are only five days left, the first version with a difference that seems insurmountable.
is the physical form it currently belongs to. Winthorpe Ventures, which were sold through the Snoofa auction program, received 19 bids and is now $32,400. The NFT, which can be bought and sold with Ethereum in Rarible, has reached $1029 after nine bids - $5.4 million from the newly created World Wide Web NFT source code. Auction organizer Steve Ole Joshi wrote: "The auction is a handwritten job application for jobs intended to highlight the recent change in perceived value - physical or digital.
Three the year prior to founding Apple with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. On the form, Jobs wrote that he had a driver's license, but added that his access to transportation was "possible but not likely." He also perfected his computer and calculator skills. He noted and wrote "Nothing" in the section asking for a phone number.
Steve Jobs' job application form was auctioned for the fourth time in 1973 and now includes the NFT