- A 15-year-old girl has earned $10,000 from her digital art after turning her drawing into NFTs and selling them on various crypto markets
- Mya Parker became interested in investments when her grandfather took her to buy gold and offered her stocks as a reward for getting good grades
- After being forced to quit the sport last September, she started scoring digital art, which is now worth thousands of dollars
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A 15-year-old girl named Mya Parker has earned $10,000 (N4.4 million) from her digital art after turning her drawings into NFTs and selling them on various crypto markets.
The teenager first developed an interest in investments when her grandfather took her to buy gold and offered her shares as a reward for her good grades.
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Mya has been fascinated by them ever since, rushing home every day to check on her actions, according to her mother.
How it all began
the lawyer reports that a torn ACL forced Mya to stop playing sports last September.
The Louisiana teenager turned to drawing, using an iPad her mother gave her to start making digital art.
”My art comes in two ways. Sometimes I have an experience and I create something out of that experience. And sometimes I doodle when I’m bored,” Mya said.
Transform your drawings into NFT
Mya has converted them into NFTs, sold her designs on various crypto markets, and made over $10,000 so far.
The teenager now joins a list of teens profiting from crypto, including 12-year-old Nyla Hayes, who has earned over $4 million from her art.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Goodness Somtochukwu Odiaka told an inspiring story of how she became a millionaire at an age when many people still revolve around their parents.
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When the money started rolling in, Goodness said she didn’t think about herself because she made others happy too.