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$300,000 Bored Ape NFT Sold for $3,000 Because of Misplaced Decimal Point

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Or just right click > save image to save yourself $$$. | Image via OpenSea

How much have you ever lost on a typo? Probably not hundreds of thousands of dollars. But that’s just what happened to one unlucky individual this weekend, who accidentally sold a Bored Ape NFT for $3,000 instead of $300,000 — all because of a misplaced decimal point.

As first reported by CNET, the NFT’s owner Max (or maxnaut) listed the NFT for sale on Saturday. Max, who describes himself as a “solo-traveller, bored ape, marketing agency owner & NFT investor,” had meant to price the NFT at 75 ether (around $300,000) but accidentally typed 0.75 ether instead (roughly $3,000). Before they could correct the mistake, the NFT had been snapped up, apparently by a bot programmed to find and buy undervalued listings. You can see the drama play…

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Original Post: theverge.com

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Egnyte Named a Leader in Multiple Winter 2022 G2 Reports

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The company retains leadership positions in Data Security, Data Governance, Cloud Content Collaboration and Encryption Key Management categories

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Eide Bailly Financial Services Selects Benjamin for Workflow…

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Billion-dollar RIA firm chooses industry leading Business Support System to drive efficiencies, standardize processes, and gain scale to drive firm growth

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Nvidia’s New RTX 2050 Laptop GPU Could Potentially Power More Affordable Laptops

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Nvidia’s upcoming RTX 2050 laptop GPUs don’t sound “new” at all, considering that the company already released the RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti GPUs for laptops earlier this year (via VideoCardz). But it’s clear that Nvidia isn’t ready to retire its 20 series GPUs just yet — Nvidia says that the RTX 2050 will be available in laptops starting in the spring of 2022.

The RTX 2050 is based on Ampere GA107 architecture, not Turing

The RTX 2050 isn’t just a piece of old hardware brought back from the dead. Unlike other 20 series chips, the RTX 2050 is based on Ampere GA107 architecture, not Turing. Ampere is the same architecture that the RTX 3050 (and all other 30 series cards) is powered by, and packaging it within a 20-series card could potentially…

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