If a 10k NFT project has 10k unique owners who are all unwilling to sell, does that mean each NFT in the collection becomes priceless? 🤔
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Mate - everyone has a price.
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My punk is not for sale. Don't care what anyone offers me.
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Come on Richerd. Don't you want to go down in history as the top cryptopunk sale to date?
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while u guys are at it, don't u also want to go down in history as the top squiggle buyer to date? would change my life, tyvm
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not to mention that it provably looks rarer than the most expensive squiggle sold to date. btw, the punk bid is absolutely *insane*. i don't get it tbh, but some things may just be beyond my comprehension.

5:56 PM · Oct 15, 2021

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Man yours must be pretty close to a perfect spectrum? But it's not a full spectrum either? Are my eyes playing tricks on me lmao
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Right? Looks rare af, 821 ETH might be a steal to be honest...
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Like tbh, yours looks like perfect spectrum more cause it starts and ends w same color even tho I guess that’s not how it works…
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is the guy with the sale ask of 800+ eth on a squiggle saying that the punk bid is 'insane'? LOL dude
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lol a $9.5M bid on an actual drawing is insane, but your $3M ask on a squiggle is reasonable?
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"actual drawing" lmao. ser, cryptopunks are generative as well. the punk bid is insane bc it's at least 10x above market value. but yeah, my ask is just as insane. maybe slightly less so since it actually looks identical to the squiggle that sold for 922 ETH, lol.
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