twitter Loses 99.9% Most Famous NFT After paying more than $2.9 million for the NFT, anticipating for a dream-like return on his investment, crypto entrepreneur Sina Estavi tries to sell his priceless first-ever tweet NFT for a whopping $48 million and gets rolled. Buyers showed no interest in the NFT, and it quickly lost value when the highest price at the auction was 280$. Sina Estavi wished he could sell the NFT for a price increased by 17000 percent so that he could donate half of its value, $25 million, to charity. The bad news is that you would still get an 8500% profit, which is absurd considering that he didn’t add any value to an NFT that has no worth in the first place. Estavi also has a criminal past. He was detained in his native country of Iran last year and accused with “disrupting the economic system” as a result of his contentious crypto project CryptoLand, which is a proposal to build a private island for only crypto geeks to live on and pursue their “crypto passion.” Iranian authorities compelled Estavi to abandon the project.