Ghozali Ghozalu, a 22-year-old Indonesian student, has transformed 933 selfies into a viral non-fungible token (NFT) collection dubbed "Ghozali Everyday." Ghozali originally sold each item for ETH 0.001 (USD 3.37), but the floor price has since risen to ETH 0.25. (USD 843).
"I took photos of myself since I was 18 to 22 years old (2017 - 2021). It's really a picture of me standing in front of the computer day by day," As of today, the collection has 508 owners and a trading volume of ETH 402.
The NFT collection has been a hot topic on the internet lately, with celebrities promoting it and collectors fueling its fire. One such individual is Je Jouw from Indonesia, who first brought attention to this unique opportunity.
Indonesian celebrity chef Arnold Poernomo promotes the show by saying he bought in planning to help Ghozali Ghozalu for extra income. He even created a Discord server for it.
The market for NFTs has been booming this year, and it seems to be getting even more popular with each passing day. OpenSea, a major marketplace that houses many different types of digital assets like cryptocurrencies or gaming skins, processed over USD 1 billion worth within the first ten days of the year.