Learn about the story of an Indonesian boy who sold a thousand personal photos as NFT on “OpenSea
The NFT space continues to thrive, with new groups making headlines every week.
Now, we are going to write a story in which a 22-year-old Indonesian boy managed to sell nearly 1,000 selfies he took over the past five years as an NFT in “OpenSea.”
NFT “Gustave Al-Ghazali”:
Sultan Gustav Al-Ghazali, a 22-year-old Indonesian boy from Semarang, is studying computer science.
A few years ago, he decided to start taking selfies every day, and in the years between 2017 and 2021, he took more than a thousand photos.
According to his official Twitter account, his goal of taking pictures of himself for five years is just to create a video of his college graduation time.
But with the advent of NFT tokens, Al-Ghazali had the idea to mint these images in the NFT format and sell them on the OpenSea platform.
This tweet shows Jan 10, 2022 when he started uploading his photos to “OpenSea” at 0.001 ETH each.
Although the project may be devoid of any deep technical value, the lowest price is currently at 0.42 ETH, and its NFT group called “Ghozali Everyday” has seen a trading volume of 355 ETH.
There are currently 498 NFT-owned titles from this group.
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