Chloe Clem, now 10, became an internet hit in 2013 when she was two. It was then that her mother recorded a video of her giving an unimpressed reaction to the shocking Disneyland trip.
The image has become a popular meme for anyone expressing concern.
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These images will be sold as non-fungible tokens (NFT), a way of owning the original digital images.
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The NFT provides digital ownership certificates for the work, and allows original versions of popular online content such as viral memes and tweets to be sold as if they were physical works of art.
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In many cases, artists can retain the copyright of their work, so they can continue to produce and sell copies, but the buyer owns the “original” work of it.