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The founder of the World Wide Web wanted to sell the source code as an NFT

The founder of the World Wide Web wanted to sell the source code as an NFT

According to the latest news, Berners-Lee officially auctioned the source code of the World Wide Web as NFT. This auction will contain the original time-stamped file signed by the founder. NFT is in a separate online auction called “It Changes Everything”. In addition, the auction process is personally supervised by Sir Time, and the auction starts at $1,000.

Sales will begin on June 23-30, and all sales proceeds will benefit Sir Tim’s initiative. In addition to the time-stamped file, the NFT also includes an animated representation of the code, a letter written by the founder himself using his method, and a digital poster with the complete code used by Python, including his digital signature.

The code contains approximately 9,555 lines of code, including a large number of protocols, identifiers, and documentation. In the words of Sir Tim, “Thirty years ago, I did this with the help of submarines. The continuous help of a large number of colleagues around the world has become a powerful tool for mankind. For me, the best part of the Internet is the Collaborative spirit.

Although I do not make predictions about the future, I sincerely hope that their uses, knowledge, and potential will remain open and available to all of us to continue to innovate, create and lead the next technological change imagination that we have not yet realized. Artworks or digital products like this are the latest game creations and the most suitable proprietary media in this field.

They are an ideal way to package source code on the web. As the World Wide Web is an NFT, Sir Tim simply replied: “Why NFT? Well, if you are a computer scientist and you have been writing code and have been doing this for many years, it is natural. A completely digital artifact.

The founder of the World Wide Web wanted to sell the source code as an NFT

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According to the latest news, Berners-Lee officially auctioned the source code of the World Wide Web as NFT. In addition to the time-stamped file, the NFT also includes an animated representation of the code, a letter written by the founder himself using his method, and a digital poster with the complete code used by Python, including his digital signature. In the words of Sir Tim, “Thirty years ago, I did this with the help of submarines.

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