According to a CNBC report, the 12-year-old managed to earn that much through a collection of non-fungible tokens or NFTs.
Benjamin began learning computer code at the age of 5, inspired by his father, Imran Ahmed.
This year, Benjamin became interested in NFTs and began selling his collection of artworks, which he created with the help of thousands of unique pixelated wheels.
NFTs are digital assets that represent other forms of art, including JPGs and video clips.
These assets are bought and sold online through a cryptocurrency network and are primarily a certificate dedicated to digital ownership.
Benjamin unveiled the first NFT collection earlier this summer, each containing 40 avatars of Minecraft.