Introducing Trump Bitcoin Ordinal Inscribed MugShot Series NFTs

Former US President Donald Trump has once again made headlines in the world of cryptocurrency, with the launch of a new NFT collection inscribed on the Bitcoin blockchain. The collection of Trump Bitcoin Ordinals features 200 cards depicting images from his MugShot series.

Introducing Trump Bitcoin Ordinals

The collection, promoted by the Collect Trump Card account, offers buyers a unique opportunity to own a piece of digital art featuring images of Donald Trump. These cards will be inscribed on the Bitcoin blockchain, making them one-of-a-kind and ensuring their authenticity.

While the specific date for the sale of Trump Bitcoin Ordinal NFTs remains undisclosed, they will be available for purchase on the popular NFT marketplace Magic Eden. Buyers are required to use Wrapped Ethereum (WETH) to make their purchases, allowing for the transfer of Ethereum value across different blockchains.

Special Incentives for Early Buyers

The initial 200 purchasers of 100 Trump Bitcoin Ordinals in a single transaction will receive a unique “one of one” inscription upon creation. This means that these buyers will have the only copy of that specific card, making it even more valuable. Additionally, those who purchase the 100 NFTs will also receive two VIP tickets to an event hosted by Trump himself at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

In order to encourage participation and create a sense of exclusivity, all Trump Bitcoin Ordinal Trading Cards from the MugShot Edition are non-transferrable until December 31, 2024. This means that buyers will not be able to sell or transfer their NFTs until this date, creating a strong sense of community among collectors.

Continued Involvement in the NFT Space

This is not Trump’s first foray into the world of NFTs. In December, he launched a 100,000 NFT collection on the Polygon network under the MugShot Edition. This collection received mixed reactions, with some praising Trump’s involvement in the emerging technology and others criticizing it.

Love him or hate him, there is no denying that Donald Trump knows how to make headlines. His latest venture into the world of NFTs has once again garnered attention and sparked discussions within the cryptocurrency community. With the launch of Trump Bitcoin Ordinals, he continues to push boundaries and explore new opportunities in this rapidly evolving space.

Despite initial skepticism, Trump’s collection of 45,000 NFTs sold out in less than 24 hours.

The website selling the cards emphasized that the digital trading cards were not intended as political statements and were not associated with any political campaign.

The financial disclosure submitted by Donald Trump revealed that he made a significant six-figure income, between $100,001 and $1 million, from his involvement with NFTs.

Trump’s NFT collection featured digital “trading cards” that showcased cartoon illustrations of the former president in various heroic poses and costumes.

The sale of the cards was managed by NFT INT LLC, which entered into a paid licensing agreement with CIC Digital LLC to use Trump’s name and likeness for the digital trading cards.


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