This 19-year-old high schooler makes $50 million from NFT work of art deals

Last year in 2021, the non-fungible tokens (NFT) market was in a huge blast. Victor Langlois, a 19-year-old transsexual craftsman, gained by this pattern by selling more than $50 million in NFT fine arts in a little more than a year’s time.

The 19-year-old craftsman acquired notoriety by selling $2.16 million worth of NFT and actual fine art last year at famous sales management firm Christie’s. The assortment, named “Hi, i’m Victor (FEWOCiOUS) and This Is My Life,” makes sense of his experience growing up and biography.

Blockchain-based Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have become exceptionally well known among advanced specialists. NFTs help specialists by carrying straightforwardness to the responsibility for advanced craftsmanship. Last year, well known computerized craftsman Beeple sold a solitary NFT worth a faltering $69 million.

Subsequent to tasting the principal accomplishment with his NFT workmanship, Langlois kept on accomplishing more by selling more computerized craftsmanship. Prior in April 2022, Langlois, likewise famous as FEWOCiOUS, sold an incredible $20 million of computerized craftsmanship in only 24 hours. This was likewise the third-biggest deal on the NFT commercial center Clever Passage.

Langlois’ excursion to computerized craftsmanship

The NFT assortment “Hi, i’m Victor (FEWOCiOUS) and This Is My Life” addresses the youngster’s life from the age of 14-18. In a meeting with Esquire last year, Langlois said that he was reluctant to come as a transsexual to his strict relatives.

Subsequent to being eliminated at 14 by his family, he began living with his grandparents in Las Vegas. Yet, even that didn’t help him enough.

Be that as it may, nothing could prevent Langlois from investigating his premium in craftsmanship. Subsequent to being not permitted to paint, Langlois began doing computerized workmanship on his iPad. This is where things took a go for him in something else entirely.