- Benyamin Ahmed, a 12-year-old artist, is also dipping into NFT poetry.
- Sold approximately $435,000 worth of NFTs via the Solana network.
Five years ago, kids couldn’t have dreamed that their random art might be used for anything other than schoolwork. However, things have changed. Teenagers are especially appealing to digital art collectors. Thus, raking in millions from the sale of Non-Fungible Tokens.
Abigail, also known as ‘PeachSunday’ in the realm of digital art, is one such youngster who has cause to cheer. The 14-year-old, who is in her first year of high school, sold approximately $435,000 worth of NFTs via the Solana network.
Furthermore, her “Belugies” were posted on Alpha Art. An NFT marketplace that allows users to purchase and trade Solana-based NFTs for free. Moreover, the top NFT sold for 300 SOL, 299 SOL, 125 SOL, 100 SOL, and 75 SOL. With the White Belugie (7,980 characters) selling for an average of 1.81SOL.
After integrating the contract. Successful purchasers will see their Belugie paintings on the phantom wallet app and the Solana marketplace.
Ten Percent Towards Charity
Abigail intends to donate 10% of her main and secondary NFT sales profits to various Beluga whale groups. And also to the Sunshine Kids Foundation, a children’s hospital program (10 percent).
Benyamin Ahmed, a 12-year-old artist, is also dipping into NFT poetry. The adolescent programmer who began his project as an educational effort earned over 1,800ETH (about $6,773,130) from his collection named Weird Whales.
The introduction of digital art and smart contracts has changed the way artists compete for a piece of this lucrative industry. Despite claims that 90% of all NFTs are worthless, the recent rush to establish NFT markets by giant exchanges like Coinbase portrays a different image. Twitter, Tiktok, and Visa have already shown interest in this sector, indicating a promising future.