After experiencing success with the initial NFT release, former US President Donald Trump is now fully immersed in the world of digital collectibles. Trump revealed the launch of his second set of digital trading cards, which is now sold out completely.
Donald Trump announced via Truth Social, “I am pleased to inform you that, due to the great success of my previously launched DIGITAL TRADING CARDS, we are doing it again, SERIES 2, AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW. GO TO collecttrumpcards.com. Have fun!” The Trump “Series 2” collection comprises 47,000 Polygon-based trading cards priced at $99. Interested users can buy the Trump cards with either credit cards or Crypto (wETH).
The second Trump Digital Trading Cards collection features different art, rarity traits, and utilities than the first. With a credit card, users can purchase up to 47 NFTs, but when using cryptocurrency, the maximum limit per purchaser rises to 100 NFTs. Trump also unveiled a sweepstakes program, promising participants who purchase 47 cards a chance to attend a private dinner at his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida.
Recently, it was revealed that Trump cashed in on the NFT craze with earnings of $1M from the first series of his digital trading cards. In January, Donald Trump’s NFTs daily sales even spiked by 800% following news that Trump was attempting to rejoin Facebook and Twitter ahead of the 2024 presidential election campaign.
Compiled by Coinbold