Disaster Girl, current UNC senior, sells NFT of viral photo for nearly $500,000


Zoe Roth couldn’t stop checking her phone. “What’s it at now, what’s it at now?” her co-workers asked as they passed by the hostess stand at the Italian restaurant Il Palio. She gave a live play-by-play. As the clock neared 6 p.m. on April 17, she was shaking. Zoe was in an online auction for a photo, one that years ago had made her 4-year-old self famous. (UNC Media Hub)

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Disaster Girl, current UNC senior, sells NFT of viral photo for nearly $500,000


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