अब मीम बनने और बनाने वाले घर बैठे करोड़ों कमा रहे। जानिए क्या है तरीक़ा?

सोशल मीडिया पर रोज हम लोग देखते हैं लेकिन अब इसे लोग करोड़ों रुपए कमा रहे है।

इसमें डिजास्टर गर्ल का मीम 4.24 करोड़ रूपए मेबिका है।वहीं बदकिस्मती का प्रतीक बेड लक ब्रायन 36 लाख रुपए कमा चुके हैं।

जानिए डिजास्टर गर्ल की मीम के बारे में।

कैरोलिना में रहने वाली जो रोथ 4 साल की थी जब उनके पिता ने एक जलते घर के सामने उनकी तस्वीर ली थी।

दरअसल , यह फायर डिपार्टमेंट की ड्रिल थी ।इसका मीम डिजास्टर गर्ल के नाम से मशहूर हो गया।अब रोज 21 साल की है और अपने मीम से पैसे कमा रही हैं।

 बेड लक ब्रायन भी बने लखपति।

ओहिओ के किले क्रेवान भी अपने मीम को जमकर भूना रहे हैं।उन्होंने एक टी शर्ट मीम की डील करी थी जिसके उनको 15 लाख रूपए मिले।वे कई बार इस तरह की डील के चुके है।

डिजिटल आर्ट वर्क में शामिल एं मीम के व्यावसायिक उपयोग के लिए दुनिया भर से बोलियां आ रही हैं।इसमें आधे से ज्यादा अमेरिका से है।

एंटीक और आर्ट का ऑनलाइन कारोबार पूरे दुनिया में फैला है और इसकी कीमत 92000 करोड़ रूपए है।

पिछले सालों से मीम की बिक्री में 4% तक का इजाफा देखा गया है।

Nothing defines our use of the internet as clearly as the concept of the meme.

Every day, millions of people laugh at LOL cats, dog shaming, and music videos, while others mock injustice , support equality poke fun.

Virally shared “nuggets of cultural currency” such as these are examples of “memetics”, an important mechanism of meaning that pre-dates the internet but is now central to the the internet’s rising creative comment culture.

Disaster Girl’ Zoe Roth, famous as the little girl smiling while a house burns in a popular Internet meme, has made almost $500,000 (roughly Rs. 3.7 crores) by selling a original copy of the meme as a non-fungible token (NFT).

The picture clicked in 2005 shows a four-year-old Zoe Roth standing in the foreground, smirking almost devilishly while a house appeared to be on fire in the background. Roth went on to become one of the most viral meme faces on the internet. No matter what the tragedy, the “disaster girl”, as she is referred to now, was seen everywhere.

From standing in front of the sinking Titanic to being present in the war room where former US President Barack Obama,along with other officials, monitored the airstrike on Osama Bin Laden to even the nuclear attack on Japan, her memes were repurposed into thousands of parodies and became the base for expressing one’s gain from someone else’s ill luck.

Now, she’s found a way to make something for herself out of the (in)famous image.

Roth said she would use the $500,000 (roughly Rs. 3.7 crores) to fund her college education and donate to charity. She will retain the copyright over the NFT, and will get a 10 per cent share every time it’s sold in future. The auction was carried out on Foundation app.

Disaster Girl’s rise to Internet fame

In 2005, when a four-year-old Zoe Roth ran out in her neighbourhood, followed by her father, David Roth, who held a camera, little did anyone know that they were going to create  one of the most familiar meme faces of the 21st century. Her father clicked a few pictures as she turned around and smiled. One of the pictures was published in 2008 and that’s how the Internet discovered the “disaster girl”. According to a report in the New York Times, the blaze in the photograph was a controlled one, and the firefighters that day even allowed kids to hold the hose one after another.

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