The dancing coffin memes went viral, after memes were created with their videos during the wake of the COVID 19 lockdown and outbreak in 2020.
The famous dancing coffin which also known as the Dancing pallbearers has been auctioned for 1.1 million dollars on popular art auction on the foundation platform NFT.
The foundation is noted for helping other artist to auction similar internet memes
The non fungible token website information shows clearly that the famous meme which popped up during the pandemic has been auctioned. Some proceeds from the sale will be used to support the victims of Ukraine crisis a statement by it's founder Benjamin Aidoo. He indicated that 25% from the sale will go into the come back alive foundation dedicated to the victims of Ukraine. The bids were placed and eventually sold out for one million dollars
According to him, whoever get to buy it's will own the exclusive right of the image and it's merchandise.
According to Benjamin who is also head of the group, "the battle is not only for Ukraine but the whole of free Europe"
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