Indonesian College student Struck Gold, Selfie NFTs Traded $1 Millions in Volume

An Indonesian college student Ghozali Ghozalo struck gold when his selfie, turned Non-Fungible Token, NFTs become viral.

Ghozali Ghozalo, NFT

Picture from https://opensea.io/

His collection, Ghozali Everyday  fast become popular collection and traded nearly $1 million in volume.

The selfie was taken every single day since he was 18 to 22 years. That is between 2017 and 2021 as mentioned in his Opensea Profile.
Although the selfie of him simply sitting in front of camera expressionless, the collection titles Ghozali Everyday managed to get hyped and sell out 933 selfies.
He started selling his NFTs for $3 each. Now the floor price is above $1,000 per NFT.

According to Ghozali tweet, he takes selfie everyday as a project for a video he wanted to make for his graduation.

In another tweet however, the college student asking people to do whatever they like with his photo but take care of it and not abuse his photo.

At the time of writing, volume traded is at 374 ETH which equivalent to $1.18 millions following the latest ETH price at $3,516.00

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