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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