‘Charlie Bit My Finger’ sold as NFT, may end on YouTube forever
“Charlie Bit My Finger,” which was the most watched video , can leave the platform forever. The 3F Music collector opened the file (non-fungible token) of the second-56-second video, which shows an infant biting his brother’s finger and laughing, for $ 760,999.
The Origin Protocol, which ran the market, said in a statement that the plan was to remove the original video from YouTube and then “remember it on the blockchain.” At the time of writing, the original “Charlie Bit My Finger” is , but it is not written. It has over 883 million views. If the movie has been downloaded, you can watch it again if you feel the need to live again.
3F Music, which also contains NFTs a and memes, will have the opportunity to make a 2007 video with the two brothers, Harry and Charlie Davies-Carr. According to , the market winner is able to “repeat the fun modern words of the old copy” with the boys who are now 15 and 17 years old.
By 2010, “Charlie Bit My Finger” had made the Davies-Carr family enough money . In a video showing that the last years of the crisis turned ten years old, the boys’ father, Howard Davies-Carr, was told that “a million million dollars ($ 1.4 million) could be expected from the volume of this video.”
That number could be even higher if you now sell it as NFT. But, depending on what 3F Music is planning to do with the movie, a piece of online history could end.
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