Following the launch of Donald Trump’s non-fungible token (NFT) card collection, winners of Trump-themed awards are selling award NFTs on secondary NFT markets such as Opensea. Multi-angle minted NFTs act as passes for a one-on-one Zoom meeting with the 45th President of the United States and a gala dinner with Trump. In the last 24 hours, the collection “Win Trump Prizes” has seen 38 ethers sold on Thursday, January 12, 2023, or about $53,000.
Trump’s NFT Prize Collection is being auctioned on Opensea’s NFT Marketplace
Former US President Donald Trump recently sold a collection of non-fungible token (NFT) cards, which sold out on the first day of sale. The NFT collection has caused an uproar among pundits on the left side of the political spectrum. When the sale went live, NFT holders were given a chance to win special Trump-related gifts, including a round of golf with the former president, a one-on-one Zoom call and an invitation to a gala dinner with Trump in Florida.
These rewards were minted as NFTs on the Polygon blockchain, just like a set of trading cards. They are now seeing secondary sales on Opensea, the leading NFT market by volume. As of January 12, 2023 at 3:00 PM ET on Opensea, the Win Trump Prizes collection saw 38 ethereum (ETH) or about $53,000 sold in the last 24 hours.
At the time of writing, the collection of Win Trump Prizes is approximately 0.0219 ETH. A special ticket, “Group Enhancing Event / Pres. Trump,” sells for 0.0466 ETH or $66.43 per NFT ticket. Trump’s premium NFT sales currently rank 48th in terms of NFT collectible sales in the last day. It has surpassed the Rarepass NFT collection, which earned $52,458 today, and is below the Rektguy NFT collection of $54,444 in sales in the last 24 hours.
However, the Win Trump Prizes NFT collection fared better in 24-hour sales on January 12 than collections such as Cool Cats, Zed Run, Solana Monkey Business and World of Women. Sales of the Win Trump Prizes collection have been weak, accounting for just 0.18% of the $29.77 million in NFT sales on Thursday. Trump’s original trading card NFTs saw sales of $20,701 on January 12, down 44.90% from the previous day.
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