Former U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled a collection of NFT tokens
Trump's images are in the style of baseball cards. They are issued on the Polygon blockchain and sell for $99 apiece
Former U.S. President Donald Trump released a collection of 45,000 non-interchangeable tokens (NFTs). The billionaire announced it in his own social network Truth Social, writes CoinDesk.
NFTs are issued on the Polygon blockchain and can be purchased for Ethereum or fiat currency.
When purchasing tokens on the site, users are prompted to choose the quantity they want to purchase. When 45 NFTs are purchased at the same time, the buyer receives a guaranteed ticket to the gala dinner with Trump. This will be worth $4455.
Anyone who buys at least one card automatically enters a raffle, the winnings of which give them an opportunity to talk to the former U.S. president in person. For example, it could be a phone call, dinner in Miami or an hour at Trump's private Mar-a-Lago residence.
The collectible cards have varying degrees of rarity from a single copy, to 2, 5, 7 or 10 copies.
In doing so, he supported his wife Melania Trump's NFT collection, which was released in December 2021. Her non-interchangeable tokens were selling for $150 apiece.