Steve Jobs’ 1973 handwritten job application up for sale as NFT

There is an option to buy either an NFT version or the original document Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ handwritten job application from 1973.

Steve Jobs mentioned computer and calculator experience as some of his skills in his handwritten job application in 1973.

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ handwritten job application from 1973 is up for sale, with an option to buy either an NFT version or the original document.

The one-page application was prepared after Jobs dropped out of Reed College, and three years before he co-founded Apple with Steve Wozniak in 1976, CNBC reported.

The application does not name a position or company, but says Jobs was interested in electronics tech or design engineer roles. Jobs mentioned computer and calculator experience as some of his skills.

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As of July 22 morning, the physical version has a top bid worth $1,000 while the highest NFT bid is $545.93, the news channel reported.

The auction is being organised by London-based entrepreneur Olly Joshi, the report said. The auction will close at 5 pm ET on July 28.

This is the second time that the physical document is being auctioned, after being sold for more than $222,000 in March 2021.

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are typically paid for in bitcoin or ethereum. It can be owned by only one person at a time, and cannot be easily transferred.

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