Donald Trump Dives Back Into NFTs With New Collection

In a recently posted online video, Donald Trump revealed that his previous non-fungible token (NFT) collection quickly sold out within hours. Now, he introduces the Mugshot edition in his latest series.

“Now I’m back with my latest series called the Mugshot edition, I wonder where that came from,” Trump stated in a video.

Donald Trump Urges Limited Amount of NFTs Available

In a video spanning just over two minutes, Trump explains to his fans how they can go about purchasing an NFT from the latest edition. The edition holds 47 new cards of Trump in different varieties and ways.

Furthermore, he states he is “doing two important things for” his Trump collectors. He explains he is creating a real physical Trump card, for fans who purchase all 47 cards. Trump adds that they will be sent a physical card for themselves.

Donald Trump Speaking On The Advertisement. Source: CollectTrumpCards
Donald Trump Speaking On The Advertisement. Source: CollectTrumpCards

Read more: What Are NFT Trading Cards?

However, with the purchase of 47 trump cards, he notes that those purchasers will be invited to a gala dinner at his home in Florida.

Trump Has Made Significant Profits From NFTs

This comes after news Trump earned between $100,001 to $1 million through NFTs, according to an April 14 filing.

According to the filing, President Trump served as the “manager, president, secretary and treasurer” for CIC Digital LLC since March 2022. This company granted NFT INT LLC a license to use his name.

Additionally, likeness, and image in the widely publicized “Trump Digital Trading Cards” NFT collection.

On the other hand, the filing further showed President Trump made over $5 million from speaking engagements. He also made less than $201 from the Trump Media & Technology Group — the company behind Truth Social.

Read more: 5 Best NFT Marketplaces You Should Know in 2023

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Ciaran is a cryptocurrency journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He particularly enjoys writing about CBDC developments and the practical implementations of cryptocurrency in real-world scenarios.


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