If there's one thing we can say about Amouranth, it's that she always finds ways to be in the news. Well, it wasn't exactly her doing this time, not entirely at least. A pixel-art NSFW portrait of hers has been sold as an NFT for $125,000.69 (not nice).

The NFT was sold on a website that deals in NFTs of NSFW models and other such stuff. If you're really interested in wasting your money, you can look for the website link in the comments on Amouranth's tweet.

The bidding for the NFT in question started at $1000, but eventually escalated to $125,000.69 (seriously, not nice) in just 30 minutes. The two primary bidder accounts were Hunter and Dylan Kimbrell, who placed the winning bid, and also started the $0.69 trend for the last three bids. The two got into a bidding war right from when the going price was $4000, and it all spiralled out of control from there.

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Amouranth on the other hand seemed pretty happy someone actually bought a pixelated jpeg of her topless self for that ludicrous amount, and said that she might even do it again. To add to Dylan Kimbrell's prize, the streamer will also be throwing in a one-on-one phone call, so they can talk about hot tubs, farting, and licking microphones, the unholy trinity of Twitch streaming.

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Among Amouranth's other recent exploits is becoming the top-viewed streamer in Twitch's new Animals, Aquariums, and Zoos category. Fortunately this time it didn't involve her putting on a horse mask and doing weird stuff, but was actually a stream of her grooming her horses.

Amouranth's first stream after the new category was introduced was a 'Ranch Stream', where she was looking after her horses and showing them off to her Twitch followers. To be fair, she has done this kind of stream a few times before, so it would make sense to put one out right as the new category launched.

However, some other streamers weren't too happy with this as they felt that she immediately jumps onto and captures any new category that Twitch introduces.

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