Former President of the United States, Donald Trump, launched his own line of digital trading cards in December of 2022, which immediately garnered the attention of the growing NFT community. After a meteoric rise of 350%, the hype surrounding these cards faded and since then, sales have been falling off dramatically. But surprisingly, out of nowhere, a brand new NFT collection–called “Win Trump Prizes”–has popped up on OpeanSea’s NFT marketplace; where users can now purchase tokenized rewards linked to the president for as low as $25 apiece.
Win Trump Prizes NFT Collection
If the artwork of the previous NFT collection was of any appreciation, individuals now get the opportunity to claim a one-on-one Zoom meeting with Donald Trump for the price of 200 ETH ($277, 000), a ticket to a gala dinner for the price of 50 ETH ($69,000), a meeting with Trump for the price of 21.45 ETH ($30,000), and few more.
Donald Trump NFT Sales
These NFT access passes, which have been minted on the Polygon blockchain have been airdropped to investors of NFT cards beginning a month ago. According to data from the public blockchain that was vetted by the OpenSea marketplace, the deployment is still in progress, and some NFT perk passes have been given to NFT buyers as recently as Thursday morning.
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At the time of writing, the total volume generated by the sale of these digital collectibles has been close to 40 ETH, with a floor price of 0.0269 ETH & a total of 669 owners. The sales figure pre-dominantly peaked during the December launch and has steadily slowed down until today, where it has seen a significant uptick of 20 transactions & still counting.
Trump announced his first NFT Trading Cards campaign after formally stating his bid for the United States presidency in 2024. The billionaire-cum-politician lost his attempt for re-election in 2020 after serving from 2017 to 2021. And, even though he has been made fun of for his NFTs, the surging media attention from news outlets and the hype among the NFT community seem to have largely benefitted the 45th U.S. president thus far.
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