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Canada to 12 years old, there is more than 300 000 € in cryptomonnae by selling digital whales online

18:50  30 august  2021
18:50  30 august  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Benyamin Ahmed, un adolescent londonien de 12 ans, a gagné 290 000 livres Sterling, soit plus de 338 000 €, en vendant des œuvres d’art numériques en ligne. Photo d'illustration. © BBC News Hindi Screen Capture Benyamin Ahmed, a 12-year-old London teenager, won 290,000 pounds sterling, either More than € 338,000, selling digital artwork online. Photo Stock Illustration.

A 12-year-old London boy won 290,000 sterling pounds in cryptomonnale selling pixelized whales. His works sold in the form of NFT, "non-fungible chips", could allow him to be the youngest millionaire in the history of cryptomonnies.

Benyamin Ahmed, a 12-year-old London teenager, won 290,000 pounds sterling, more than € 338,000, selling digital works of art, reports CNBC in an article relayed by the despatch

. These are images of "strange whales" (Weird whales) taking the world of Minecraft. The boy affects a 2.5% commission on each secondary sale of these pixelised marine mammal representations. What to touch the jackpot with 3,350 drawings made.

The boy followed the traces of his father, computer developer. This is how very early he learned to code. After looking at Tutos on YouTube, the teenager tried to digital art for 20 to 30 minutes of exercise a day, even during the holidays. It should only have nine o'clock to sell his pixeled works last July, specifies the Daily Mirror

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- Benyamin | Benoni.eth (@obiwanbenoni) August 28, 2021

A fortune in crypto-currency

These sales were made in the form of NFT, these non-fungible tokens that have been raging for a few months. This is a virtual object to which a certificate of authenticity is associated. As digital work, the adolescent's unique whales were sold via the Cryptomonnaie Ethereum. The young British has a digital portfolio.

Before strange whales, Benyamin Ahmed had sold 40 colorful and pixelized avatars called Minecraft Yee Haa. According to the Daily Mirror, the London could become the youngest person to win a million dollars in cryptomonnaie. X1

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