Twitter chief Elon Musk caused a non-fungible token to skyrocket on Wednesday after he tweeted it to his nearly 140 million followers.
Musk tweeted a Milady NFT meme, which has since gained popularity.
Musk tweeted about the photo, saying, “No meme.” “I love you.”
Milady Maker is a collection of 10,000 NFTS profiles, according to OpenSea Marketplace.
The NFTs focused on cartoon characters, priced at around 5 ETH a piece as of Wednesday afternoon.
The NFT style is “inspired by the Japanese Y2K subculture,” according to their website.
The previous day, NFTs traded close to 3 ETH and almost double that at 5.7 ETH, according to CoinGecko.
Milady Maker retweeted a response to Musk with a caption on the photo that read: “Sometimes I get scared but then I remember. I am my lady. I am already won and I am loved. I am strong. I am divine. I love you.”
When Musk tweets, the price goes up
Another crypto product also gained a lot of popularity when Musk tweeted about it.
Musk changed the Twitter logo to a Shiba Inu dog, which is linked to the Dogecoin cryptocurrency, last month.
The move sent Dogecoin up more than 30% in about 48 hours.
Musk bought Twitter in October after months of back and forth.
The billionaire is also the founder of the electric car manufacturer Tesla and the rocket production company SpaceX.