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Coffin Dance Meme Video was sold On Foundation for a whopping 327eth!

Coffin Dance Meme NFT

The Coffin Dance (Dancing Pallbearers) meme was without a doubt the most popular worldwide meme of 2020. As a consequence, it became an unmistakable emblem of the COVID-19 epidemic. Farzin bought it. Benjamin Aidoo, who founded the Dancing Pallbearers as a regular pallbearer service in 2003, is the group’s leader. He then came up with the notion of incorporating dancing into their pallbearing duties. During a funeral, there are additional charges for dancing with the coffin.

The token was created in partnership with Ukrainian public relations professionals. This is because half of the revenues will be given to Ukrainian non-governmental organizations. The footage’s uploaders, Benjamin Aidoo and Matthew “DigiNeko” Ordrick argued in favor of its publication.

About Farzin

Farzin Fardin Fard (@3FMusic) is an Iranian artist based in Dubai. He founded 3FMusic, one of the greatest and most well-equipped music studios in the Middle East. 3FMusic is a forerunner in offering high-quality sound services across the board. He is also an NFT enthusiast and collects NFTs.

Farzin tweeted after obtaining the meme, “The official Coffin Dance has finished at a groundbreaking 327 ETH ($1,045,409). This is historically now one of the top meme auctions and rightfully deserved. Congrats to
@nanaotafrija for joining us and @3fmusic for collecting this fantastic piece.”

He has collected 435 NFTs from various artists, including @sam_yari, a well-known Iranian-Turkish photographer and director. Sam and his team are collaborating with Ukrainian supermodels to bring attention to the war in Ukraine.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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