In the third quarter of 2021 we reported the case of Benyamin Ahmed, a young British man who became an NFT millionaire. The story to show that it is possible to get rich through cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens. Indeed, we have entered a new era in which decentralization allows for a better distribution of wealth. Let’s stop saying it’s the preserve of Buffet, Musk and others.
Two NFT millionaires at just 12 years old
Last year, Cointribune shared the experience of Nyla Hayes, a young artist who became a 12-year NFT multimillionaire. To give you an overview of her holdings, read this article. Our co-worker clarified that the little girl had $ 5.7 million in ETH at the time.
Another talented artist also offered himself a richly secured crypto wallet thanks to NFTs. This is Benyamin Ahmed, a 12-year-old Londoner who has made cryptocurrencies and NFT his own.
This little NFT millionaire would have broken all misconceptions about enrichment. Because instead of playing video games or doing homework, Ahmed started publishing a collection titled ” Strange whales “. A manifestation of his interest in cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens, concepts found by chance.
Benyamin Ahmed was quick to apply his programming knowledge after his discovery. As a corollary, a collection of NFTs emerged in June 2011.
Ahmed, one of the first programmers
Our young NFT millionaire learned to code when he was 5. At that time, he was already entering the big leagues. Furthermore, he self-taught himself how to generate pixelated images of whales adorned with various hats and accessories.
Nearly 3,350 pieces incorporated his first NFT collection called ” Strange whales which quickly went viral on Twitter. Very quickly, her NFTs sold like hotcakes as their prices hit $ 20,000 a piece.
The whole show earned Ahmed over $ 15 million. A nice jackpot that will add to his $ 1 million in cryptocurrency accumulated in early 2022. He recently told the New York Post that he doesn’t even have a bank account to store his cryptocurrency assets. So, no ease to pay or commissions related to any credit card.
Ahmed now confronts the Marvel experts
Some would say that young NFT millionaire Ahmed could now retire with all those millions in his pocket. Away from there. The child prodigy isn’t content with just being a celebrity in the NFT space, with his 33,000 Twitter followers. Furthermore, the curious will find something to quench their thirst by following the tale of “ObiWanBenoni” as he is very active there.
To see these recurring publications, Benyamin Ahmed seems very busy at the moment. Among his plans is the purchase of promising NFTs and activities worthy of a regular user. From time to time, he shares his thoughts on NFTs and cryptocurrencies through the social network Musk was about to buy recently.
His fans do not fail to support him and consider him a ” inspiration “This has greatly strengthened his reputation to the point of seeing him speak at many events such as the NFC Summit in Lisbon.
And it doesn’t stop in the cryptocurrency universe. Pembroke College (University of Oxford) also invited him to speak at a lecture. As this university was born in 1624, Ahmed would have been the youngest lecturer who has spoken to several local scholars.
It should also be noted that our millionaire NFT is currently participating in a project that assigns him the role of “Web 3.0 consultant”. The project in question brings together adults who have worked for Marvel and CBS and who aim to launch NFT movies and TV shows.
It seems certain that Benyamin Ahmed has a well-defined future ahead of him. Being a millionaire in NFT at 12 is not for everyone. Nor is it impossible or unattainable. We hope that his case becomes an inexhaustible source of inspiration for young people and adults.
Source: Slash Gear
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