Steve Jobs 1973 Job Application NFT Auction
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An actual job application that Steve Jobs filled out in 1973 is back up for auction after previously selling for over $222,000 USD last year. Unlike the previous sale, this auction will not only include the hand-written job application, but an NFT as well, which was created in collaboration with Rarible, an NFT marketplace. Bidding starts on July 21st through auction organizer Olly Johshi’s website and on Rarible for the NFT. Read more for a picture of the full application and additional information.


Steve Jobs Job Application
This job application was filled out before he returned to his parents’ Los Altos home in February 1974. Fortunately, he was soon hired by Atari, Inc. in Los Gatos, California as a technician. However, the money earned at this job was primarily used for a trip to India in mid-1974 to visit Neem Karoli Baba, a spiritual master. More information here.

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The Steve Jobs hand-written 1973 job application auction aims to highlight the modern shift in perceived value – the physical or the digital. Testing this with a piece of history from arguably the most influential tech entrepreneur of our time, is very special. Will this open a whole new market for decentralized collectibles? Will this cement the status-quo?,” said Olly Joshi, digital entrepreneur and founder of the NFT vs. physical auction.

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