‘Charlie Bit My Finger’, One of YouTube’s First Viral Videos, Will Be Sold As NFT

One of the most watched viral videos since its release in 2007, ‘Charlie bit my finger’ (Charlie bit my finger) will bid farewell to YouTube. The video, which was put up for sale as NFT through auction, will be removed from YouTube after its sale.

‘Charlie bit my finger’, one of the first viral videos uploaded to YouTube in 2007, 14 years ago, is getting ready to take its place among the viral content sold as NFT. In the video featuring two lovely brothers, one-year-old Charlie bites Harry’s finger on his older brother, and poor Harry pretends to be a great brother and just be said little by little.

This fun video, which has more than 881 million views on YouTube, will be sold as NFT by auction on May 22, the 14th anniversary of its upload to the platform. The auction will end on May 23, and the video will be removed from YouTube after the sale takes place. The auction will be held on the charliebitme.com website, hosted by the NFT platform Origin Protocol.

The person who bought the video as NFT by participating in the auction and making the highest bid will also have the chance to get his own version of the video with the two brothers by meeting with Charlie and Harry.