Bids soar to US$2.8 million for World Wide Web code NFT

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Bids soar to US$2.8 million for World Wide Web code NFT

As auction nears end.

Bids for a non-fungible token of the original source code for the World Wide Web written by inventor Tim Berners-Lee have soared to US$2.8 million (A$3.7 million) from an opening price of US$1000 with two days to go until the Sotheby's auction ends. Berners-Lee, a London-born computer ...

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