May 16, 2022

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12-Year-Old Boy Becomes Millionaire Selling NFT With Whale Designs And Invisible Rock Sold For 66 Ethereum By CoinTelegraph

12-Year-Old Boy Becomes Millionaire Selling NFT With Whale Designs And Invisible Rock Sold For 66 Ethereum By CoinTelegraph

12-year-old becomes millionaire sells NFT with whale designs and invisible rock sold for 66 Ethereum

12-year-old boy Benjamin Ahmed became a millionaire selling a set of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which he created. The set consists of 3,350 engraved whales in the CryptoPunks style.

The success of Ahmed’s creation was that the digital whales sold out in less than 9 hours. In total, the boy collected 80 ETH from the sale of NFTs and just another 30 ETH in royalties from each subsequent trade of the NFTs sold.

  • 12-year-old earns $160,000 in cryptocurrency in one day

Ahmed reveals that he spent about $300 to issue and list NFTs, and that despite being a millionaire, he does not intend to withdraw ETH, but save it to invest in new groups and projects in the future, one of which is a set of NFTs inspired by Minecraft and another in superheroes.

Read the full article on Cointelegraph

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