A London-based entrepreneur is auctioning off a 1973 job application from Steve Jobs in a physical versus NFT auction
Yes, the document had already been auctioned before, but now it could be obtained as a 'non-fungible token'. How would you buy it?
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The document doesn't mention what position or company the Apple cofounder applied to, but Jobs joined Atari as a technician a year later.
The single-page application for an unspecified position from the former CEO of the world's most valuable company features spelling and punctuation errors, such as "Hewitt-Packard" instead of "Hewlett-Packard." This is the fourth time it has been auctioned, having raised $18,750 in 2017, $174,757 in 2018, and $222,400 last March.
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Steve Jobs' handwritten job application is now being sold as an NFT. Its physical copy is also auctioned.
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