14-year-old makes $1 million in 10 days selling NFTs!
According to a report, a 14-year-old teenager, Abigail earned herself a whopping $1 million in less than a day for creating a Belugies NFTs mainly in the US. Decidedly, the youngster created a collection of about 8,000 NFT pictures from Beluga Whale after seeing her physically at the city’s aquarium. From scratch, Abigail became a pro in NFT through her 25-year-old brother Adam who explained how the technology really works. To clarify, Abigail created almost all her Belugies NFT drawing on iPhone 8 from the beginning. Thereafter, her brother helped develop a script to compile the Beluga Whales with decorations. By doing this, they got 8000 unique pictures at hand.
At age 12, he made a fortune selling NFTs designed during his vacation
Benyamin Ahmed took advantage of his vacation to create a series of small pixelated drawings in the shape of whales that he was able to resell at a high price. The madness of NFTs never ends. The latest example is that of a 12-year-old boy who has just sold a series of small pixelated drawings for £290,000 (about 338,000 euros), reports the BBC. His Minecraft-inspired world, called "Weird Whales," features 3,350 drawings of whales. Thanks to NFTs (non-fungible tokens), he was able to "tokenize" them, which creates a digital certificate of ownership for them before reselling them. After this sale via the OpenSea platform, Benyamin Ahmed, who has never had a traditional bank account, now has a digital wallet as his earnings are held in the form of Ethereum, the cryptocurrency in which they were sold.