Donald Trump NFT’s Is In Demand: Sold Out In Less Than A Day

Former United States President Donald Trump’s collection of non-fungible assets has sold out after going on sale and made US$ 4.5 million in a day. 

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On December 14, Trump notified his audience about a “major announcement” on social media. A day later, the former President of the United States disclosed he was offering “limited edition cards featuring amazing ART of my Life & Career,” which he promised would prove “very much like a baseball card but hopefully much more exciting.”

The NFT’s collection features the 45th president of the United States as a cool 76-year-old man standing on Earth, Boxing ring, as a racing car driver, as a golf player and as a leader of the world. And a special thing: The presidential number 45 is stamped on each card.

Currently, the non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are available on the OpenSea marketplace, and people can reach them there by using a suitable site set up for sale. The site collecttrumpcards declared that the cards were sold out. 

According to CBS news, the cards are owned by NFT INT LLC. said that the NFT’s concepts are unrelated to Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign.

The site mentioned, “These Digital Trading Cards are not political and have nothing to do with any political campaign. NFT INT LLC is not owned, managed or controlled by Donald J. Trump, The Trump Organization, CIC Digital LLC or any of their respective principals or affiliates,” according to the site.”

According to the available data, 45,000 different characterized cards were put on sale for $99 each. As per the NFT concept, the purchaser of the NFT has legal ownership of the card, but the image in large numbers was copied and shared by anyone online.

Buyers who purchased the NFT card participated in the competition to win rewards, including dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Trump, golf with the former president, or a Zoom call. 

A businessman turned politician experienced increased legal pressure as court cases over his business, and the House’s January 6 select committee considered Trump a criminal reference.