Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali, a 22-year-old student from Indonesia, has taken a selfie (nearly) every day for the past four years and he’s recently decided to sell them as NFTs.
Ghozali minted 933 NFTs in total, and at the time of writing the cheapest NFT you can buy costs 0.08 ETH ($250) and more than 500 people have purchased at least one of his NFTs.
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Ghozali, born in Semarang, Indonesia in December 1999, started taking selfies sitting in a gaming chair in front of his computer in 2017.
He took 933 selfies across four years – between 2017 and 2021 – which means he took a selfie every two or three days on average.
He then began listing his photos as NFTs on OpenSea, the world’s largest NFT marketplace.
His idea took off and made him a significant amount of money, generating 397 ETH in sales – that’s $1.2 million at today’s exchange rate.
One of his selfies (pictured above) is worth a staggering 420 ETH ($1.3 mln).
This proves two things: the world has gone mad, and this kid is a genius.