How Side Eyeing Toddler Meme Becomes NFT Worth Over $76000 in Cryptocurrency
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Side eyeing toddler meme was a popular meme back in 2013, it shows a toddler side-eyeing the camera, it just sold for $76,377.50 in cryptocurrency.
How Side Eyeing Toddler Meme Becomes NFT Worth Over $76,000 in Cryptocurrency?

The meme of Chloe Clem, is an unimpressed facial expression eight years ago, after her mom told her she was taking the kids to Disneyland, instead of school got popular as the Side Eyeing Chloe meme and later into a non-fungible token (NFT).

Earlier the meme was popular with the 2 years face appearing on T-Shirts and bumper stickers, making the family rich. Now the Clem family is reaping more cash rewards as they auction the NFT. According to BBC the priced NFT was bought by 3F Music, a Dubai-based music production company.

The internet sensation of 2013, still continues to charm users, as it has been viewed more than 20 million times. NFTs normally represent specific versions of digital files, though it can also be assigned to an object.

Another young kid to make six-figure earnings by selling NFT is a 12 yr boy from London named, “Ben” Ahmed. According to CNBC, he is set to earn nearly $400,000 from his second line of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) called “Weird Whales.”

Yet another NFT worth mentioning is Overly Attached Girlfriend – a woman smiling into the camera, eyes wide. It managed to make $411,000. Doge, a meme of a Shiba Inu, went on to cash in for $4 million this past June.

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