Signal Intent launches first ever Mortgage Calculator NFT

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Today Signal Intent makes history by releasing the first ever Mortgage Calculator NFT via online auction.

On a historic day for fintech and marketing technology companies everywhere, Signal Intent has launched the financial services industry’s first ever Mortgage Calculator NFT. 

“It’s just been a whirlwind, innovation is in our DNA and we take pride in offering cutting edge solutions to our customers. Now one lucky person can own a piece of history, our first ever NFT calculator…”

Matt Covi, CEO and Cofounder at Signal Intent

According to CNBC, the digital collectibles are tied to a blockchain, a digital ledger similar to the blockchains used for digital currencies like bitcoin. This effectively gives each NFT a unique and non-hackable certificate of authenticity. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is selling his first tweet as a NFT, with bids as high as $2.5 million. Taco Bell even joined the trend this week, selling a digital work of art featuring tacos.

Christie’s auction house expects the NFT to sell for anywhere between $10 million – $30 million on the open market. 

This is it: the NFT expected to fetch millions at auction on April 1 in New York City.

“It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of this technology forever, imagine if you had the chance to own the first Clippy NFT… you just don’t pass that kind of thing up! In fact, maybe we’re onto something here…”

Ryan Salerno, CTO and Cofounder at Signal Intent, who scrambled out of the interview in an effort to dig up discarded Clippy memorabilia.

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take

-Wayne Gretzky -Michael Scott -Chase Neinken Cofounder at Signal Intent

Ok ok April Fools! This is obviously a joke, we haven’t been spending our time making NFT’s, we’ve been busy building the best financial calculators on the internet.  

Thanks for spending a little time with us, now for us it’s back to work!

-The Signal Intent Team

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