The newspaper “Washington PostThe story began when a mother, Katie Clem, told her kids in the car that she wasn’t going to their school but to Disneyland, to get that reaction from her daughter that has garnered more than 20 million views in the eight years since it was published.
According to the clip, Chloe does not show the same enthusiasm as her sister, when she learns that the destination is amusement park rather than school.
Eight years after the clip was posted, 3F Music, a Dubai-based music production company, bought the clip.
‘Side-eye’ Chloe Clem is now 10! pic.twitter.com/h6kmwaCEFZ
– Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) September 23, 2021
Dr. Merav Ozier, professor of financial technology at Rutgers University, said the company purchased the token to keep the original clip through non-fungible tokens, or NFT, for non-fungible digital currencies.
The mother, Clem, decided to sell the clip after hearing about the clip of the disaster girl who appears smiling in front of a house fire in her neighborhood.
Chloe, now 10, still doesn’t understand what she can do with the profits she will make from selling the photo.
However, the most important thing for her is that some of the money will go on a trip to Walt Disney World, according to the newspaper.
“I’ve never been to an amusement park before, so this will be the first time,” says Chloe.