Comedian Idrak Mirzalizade sold his canceled Russian residence permit at auction for 10 ETH (about $28,700 at the time of writing). This is evidenced by the video distributed by the Telegram channel Mash.
Initially, Mirzalizade put up for sale the document in the form of NFT, but agreed to give away the hard copy for the offered price.
In August 2021, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation declared Mirzalizade’s stay in Russia “undesirable for life”, seeing in one of his jokes “incitement of hatred and enmity towards persons of Russian nationality.” In December, the comedian put up for sale an NFT with a residence permit through the site opensea, setting the price to 10 ETH.
Initially, it was reported about the sale of a residence permit for 5 ETH, but laterMirzalizade clarified that he had soldNFT on OpenSea for 10 ETH. The buyer was the winner of the offline auction, the comedian said in a conversation with media.
Previously, Cryplogger talked about how to create, acquire and sell NFTs.