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'Goldmine!' Inside Blac Chyna & Rob Kardashian's ELABORATE Scheme To Cash In On Daughter Dream

(FILE PHOTOS) Blac Chyna Welcomed Her First Child Dream Renee Kardashian
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Dec. 1 2016, Updated 2:30 p.m. ET

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(FILE PHOTOS) Blac Chyna Welcomed Her First Child Dream Renee Kardashian

(FILE PHOTOS) Blac Chyna Welcomed Her First Child Dream Renee Kardashian
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The money-making plans never stops when it comes to the Kardashians. Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian had their daughter Dream not even two weeks ago, but they are already excited about their wallets getting fatter.

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A source told RadarOnline, “Rob knows what a goldmine his daughter Dream is, so he and Blac have been trying to come up with as many different ways to make money off of her as possible.”

They already had Dream do a photo shoot to promote Rob’s sock line, Arthur George, but they want to go beyond that.

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“They want to start another Kardashian Kids type of company geared towards newborn babies, which will not only include clothing, but also toys, children’s books, and more,” the insider added.

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On top of that, Blac and Rob reportedly signed a major deal with E! to air the birth of their daughter.

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What are your thoughts on the couple using their daughter to bring in the cash? Let us know in the comments section.

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