The world’s first-ever SMS “Merry Christmas” listed for NFT Auction

As the very first text message, the simple “Merry Christmas” was sent in December 1992 by Neil Papworth, an employee of a British computer company.

Aguttes will auction the world’s first SMS, sent in 1992. It will be offered in the form of a unique digital token — an NFT — estimated to fetch between €100,000 and €200,000.

Text messaging has been around for a while, and it has quickly gained popularity as an incredibly efficient way to communicate with each other.

On December 3rd in 1992, an employee of a British computer company sent the first text message from their cell phone, “Merry Christmas.”

The first cell phone capable of sending and receiving text messages was made by Nokia.

Vodafone has pledged not to produce any other versions of the NFT.

In addition, there will be a replication of the first message, along with a visual recreation depicting what happened.

A fascinating auction is coming up, one in which participants from around the world will have a chance to buy amazing objects.

The auction will be held on December 21, 2021, at 3 pm local time.

Blockchain is becoming a thing and sports are no exception. It’s now easier than ever to purchase digital NFTs and famous brands like Nike & Adidas are in on the trend.