The former US president is releasing a thriving non-fungible token (NFT) collection on OpenSea.
yesterday social media publication of former President Donald Trump’s new NFT collection.
“The official Donald Trump digital trading card collection is here! These limited edition cards include the amazing ART of my Life & Career. Collect all your favorite Trump digital trading cards. collecttrumpcards.com and get your card now! Only $99 each!”
Last year, the former president was suggested Cryptography and related cryptography seemed to him “a disaster waiting to happen”.
Things have changed since then.First, the polarized politician’s wife Melania launch Solana’s own NFT series (Sol) blockchain earlier this year.Now Donald Trump has released himself series Polygon (matic).
—CollectTrumpCards (@CollectTrump) December 16, 2022
The collection sold out in the early hours of Friday morning, the day after its release. The price of the card is currently the largest Ethereum (ethereum) NFT exchange by trading volume, OpenSea. The digital collectibles originally retailed for $99 each, but less than 24 hours after launch, the price has already skyrocketed.
At the time of writing, the lowest price for a Trump digital trading card on OpenSea is 0.159 ETH, or around $190, almost double the entry price.
While some are listed at over 100,000,000,000,000 ETH, the Trump NFT’s actual top selling price at the time of writing is 6 ETH, or $7,162. The transaction occurred on December 15th, same as the release of the collection.
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