Benjamin Ahmed is the new lucky one in the world digital assets. The 12-year-old earned around £290,000 – more than R$2m in current transfers – in exchange for a string of digital business which he developed himself and called “strange whales” or “strange whales” in its free translation.
The young man based in London, UK has sold his business in the name of NFTs – “Irreplaceable iconsWorks sold in this format create a kind of digital certificate of ownership for the buyer.
Benjamin’s small fortune is stored in a digital wallet at Ethereum, which can be very risky and profitable.
In the cryptocurrency format, the amount a young person buys can undergo significant changes, both positive and negative, due to the volatility of the cryptocurrency market.
“My advice to other kids who might want to get into this field is not to force yourself to program, perhaps because of peer pressure — just as if you love to cook and cook, and if you love to dance and dance, do,” the 12-year-old said in an interview BBC.
Benjamin Ahmed and his brother Yusef are encouraged to code at a young age by their father, Imran, who works in software development and traditional finance.
“It was kind of a fun exercise – but I realized very early on that they are very responsive and very good at it,” said the father.
The group of 3,350 split whales isn’t Benjamin’s first and won’t be his last. The boy has already created another art collection inspired by the game Maine Craft And it develops more superhero-themed creations.
Featured Image Credits: Clone / Social Media / Benjamin Ahmed
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