The iconic YouTube video “Charlie bit my finger” has sold as a non-fungible token for over $760,000 — becoming the latest piece of internet history to cash in on the NFT craze.
It’s unclear who won the auction, which took place on CharlieBitMe.com, but a bidding war between users “3fmusic” and “mememaster” sent the price soaring, before 3fmusic ultimately won out for $760,999. Bidding closed on Sunday.
The YouTube video, which has been watched over 880 million times since it was posted in 2007, will be deleted from the site, the family behind the video previously told the Post. It was still online as of Monday morning.
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