McDonald’s Job Applications Sold as NFTs 

McDonald’s has just opened a sale on OpenSea, selling 1,111 employee job applications as NFTs.

Although the crypto market has been going downhill of late, the NFT markets have continued to boom, with NFT marketplaces setting more and more records in sales, and crypto enthusiasts tweeting about their newest NFT purchases.

Now, even McDonald’s has opened up a sale on OpenSea, selling 1,111 employee job applications as NFTs. The first 1,000 applications were free to mint, while the remaining 111 cost 0.01 ETH (currently valued at approximately $25 USD). The current trading volume of the NFT collection stands at 25 ETH, with a floor price of 0.016 ETH.

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The McDonald’s NFT collection description writes, taunting the current bearish crypto sentiment.

The fast-food company engaged with crypto investors on social media, tweeting:

“how are you doing people who run crypto twitter accounts.”
  • In November 2021, McDonald’s released its first NFT collection of ten McRibs NFTs to commemorate the burger’s 40th anniversary. 
  • Elon Musk recently tweeted “I will eat a happy meal on TV if @McDonalds accepts Dogecoin,” to which McDonald’s then replied, “only if @tesla accepts grimacecoin.”

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