The YouTube video “Charlie bit my finger,” one of the most viewed videos in the …

The YouTube video “Charlie bit my finger,” one of the most viewed videos in the website’s history, was auctioned off as a non-fungible token, or NFT, on Sunday for a stunning $760,999 and is set to be deleted from YouTube, according to a website set up by the Davies-Carr family. An intense bidding war between anonymous accounts sent the price skyrocketing in the auction’s final hours, with “3fmusic” ultimately outbidding “mememaster” for the NFT.⁠

(📸: YouTube/Davies-Carr Family)

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  2. Why would someone buy this? What a stupid way of spending money. All the animals in the world that need help, starving dying children, families in desperate need of food and someone is worried about spending money of a stupid video 🤦🏻‍♀️ imagine having so much money and thinking hmmm 🤔 what should i do with all this spare money? Maybe i will ignore the struggles of other people and animals and climate in the world i live in and spend some money on a useless video 🤷🏻‍♀️ DISGUSTING

  3. I really really really hope this financially backfires on the buyer! This sort of pointless s**t needs to stop.

  4. Isn’t there more important things to talk about and educate an audience than this video making CNN news? Im baffled by the ignorance in this world

  5. Since ppl like to throw away their money, why don’t you just transfer some into my account 🤪

  6. NFTs are so stupid. It’s for people that have money to waste and hypebeasts to defend as a good investment. Old video on a technology that will be obsolete in 20 years or less.


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