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McDonald’s Job Applications Sold as NFTs

While the cryptocurrency market has fallen in recent months, NFT markets are still booming. NFT marketplaces set new sales records and crypto fans tweet about their latest NFT purchases.

Now, even McDonald’s has opened up a sale on OpenSea, selling 1,111 employee job applications as NFTs. While the first 1000 applications came free of charge, the rest cost 0.01ETH and are currently valued at around $25 USD. With a floor price at 0.016ETH, the current NFT trading volume is 25 Ethereum.

“ETH going down? can’t afford living? You are in luck! Apply now to your dream 9 to 5 McDonalds job with our application.”
The McDonald’s NFT collection description writes, taunting the current bearish crypto sentiment.

Fast-food chain engaged crypto investors via social media.

“how are you doing people who run crypto twitter accounts.”


  • In November 2021, McDonald’s released its first NFT collection of ten McRibs NFTs to commemorate the burger’s 40th anniversary.
  • Recent news from Elon Musk Tweet “I will eat a happy meal on TV if @McDonalds accepts ,” to which McDonald’s then Please reply, “only if @tesla accepts grimacecoin.”


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