Charlie Bit Me won't be leaving YouTube after all
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May 27, 20212 min read, 477 words

Charlie Bit Me won't be leaving YouTube after allCharlie Bit Me won't be leaving YouTube after all

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Published: May 27, 2021  |  2 min read, 477 words
The viral YouTube video Charlie Bit Me sold on May 23 as a non-fungible token (NFT) for about $761,000, with the creators offering to remove the original clip from the video platform forever. But the internet needs not fear. Charlie Bit Me will remain on YouTube, says Howard Da...
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Jun 1
Short piece covering "Charlie Bit My Finger" short video becoming an NFT worth $761,000. Personally, I think this is kind of crazy, also because the video will remain on Youtube, and probably will be increasing in popularity and value through time. I believe this is the best outcome for this kind of content online. Lucky parents!
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May 31
A concise but thoughtful piece about the viral Charlie Bit My FInger video being turned into an NFT for sale to a Dubai Music Studio for $761,000. But remain calm, because as the author quickly points out, the video's new owner wants the video to remain available to the public on YouTube.
May 31
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