A 22-year-old computer science student in Indonesia, Sultan Gustaf Al-Ghazali, created by selling unique NFT tokens . He made $ 1 million out of 1,000 selfies he took between 18 and 22. According to al-Ghazali, he had taken selfies for five years from all his travels during his studies until graduation. He recently turned these selfies into a unique token containing thousands of digital photos. And was able to sell peer-to-peer OpenSea trading platforms.
The selfies taken in this NFT series show Ghazali sitting and standing in front of his computer system in different positions. He had set the price of each of these selfies at $ 3 and had no hope of actually selling the tokens. He announced in a tweet that he had published. You can see my token collection and skip it. Do not just use this collection because my parents will be very disappointed. With the publication of this tweet and contrary to Ghazali’s expectations, the purchase of tokens in this collection increased a lot because the Twitter crypto team had announced its support for purchasing and retrieving these tokens.
Tokens that were sold at space prices at the height of disbelief.
According to reports from a French news agency. The price of some of the tokens in this collection has reached 0.247 ether, equivalent to $ 806 at the time of purchase. Al-Ghazali is now personalizing this A 22-year-old computer science student in Indonesia, Sultan Gustaf Al-Ghazali, created by selling unique NFT tokenscollection after selling his token collection. He tries to personalize more tokens by adding the location of the photos and the work he has been doing. To have more unique features. Al-Ghazali’s fantastic set of tokens was sold at its highest price of 0.9 Ethereums($ 3,000), bringing the total value of the entire collection to $ 1 million. Ghazali also paid the first tax on digital currency earnings in collaboration with the OpenSea platform.