The NFTs are based on the Polygon blockchain and are priced at $99 (roughly Rs. 8,200).
Donald Trump is the latest public figure to have forayed into the NFT sector despite the sales of digital collectibles having been down for most part of this year. The former President of the US has released a collection of 45,000 fantasy cards called the ‘Trump Digital Trading Cards’. The NFTs are based on the Polygon blockchain and are priced at $99 (roughly Rs. 8,200). Buyers will also be able to make the purchases in Ether (ETH) tokens and fiat currencies.
These digital cards display dramatic avatars of Trump, showing him as a super-human, astronaut, golf-player, and a boxer, among others.
If a user checks out with 45 NFTs at once, the buyer will be presented with a ticket to a gala dinner with Trump.
Following Trump’s announcement on Truth Social, the social media website he founded in 2021, some users on Twitter expressed doubt on if this collection was even legit.