Popular Ghanaian pallbearers, ‘Dada Awu,’ made over $1M following the sale of their viral 10-seconds dance meme as NFT.
The viral pallbearers had minted their 10-second meme as a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) which was auctioned with the intention of raising funds for charity.
Just over 3 hours left on the Coffin Dance #NFT auction at @foundation! 50% of the proceeds go to charity in Ukraine. Place your bid at: https://t.co/p0XxPNYbhf#MemeEconomy pic.twitter.com/NH0kJc94Kq
— Benjamin Aidoo (@nanaotafrija) April 8, 2022
3F Music, home to a number of recording studios worldwide based in the Middle East, bought the Coffin Dance meme for $1,046,079.54 (327.00ETH) as the highest bidder on Saturday, April 9.
Out of generosity, the pallbearers donated $250K as charity to the Ukrainian military as support amidst the ongoing war.
— jose requena (@cucojose) April 10, 2022
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