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Trump Trading Cards Account Also Used To Buy Erotic Art

Trump Trading Cards Account Also Used To Buy Erotic Art

The online profile offering Donald Trump’s collection of NFT also deals in sexually explicit art.

The TrumpDeployer account, which contained the former president’s “digital trading cards” on the NFT trading site OpenSea, is also used to purchase pornographic online collections.

In addition to more conventional NFTs, such as those from the popular Bored Ape Club, the trumpdeployer account has traded a number of NFTs with the Freiberg account, which sells “erotic art” depicting naked women and intimate sex.

Since it was created roughly three weeks ago, the Trump Deployer account has reportedly traded 14 erotic NFTs, according to OpenSea statistics.

Past President Donald Trump arrives at a New Year’s celebration at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida on December 31, 2022. The online profile selling Trump’s collection of NFT also deals in sexually explicit art.

It is unclear who is behind the trumpdeployer account, and there is nothing preventing them from trading other NFTs while selling previous president NFTs.

In a Q&A section on the Collect Trump Cards website, it is stated that the monies raised via the online sale of tokens illustrated by Clark Mitchell will not be utilized for Trump’s presidential campaign in 2024.

The Collect Trump Cards website notes that the firm that produced the cards, NFT INT LLC, “is not owned, managed, or controlled by Donald J. Trump or The Trump Organization” and that they have a paid license to use Trump’s name, likeness, and image.

Trump was widely derided for anticipating a “major announcement” that turned out to be an NFT disguised as a cowboy and an astronaut, among others.

Despite this, 45,000 Trump trading cards priced at $99 and auctioned on December 17 raised approximately $4.5 million. However, their worth has decreased since the day’s opening peak.

According to the website Decrypt, which cited statistics from OpenSea, the lowest price at which Trump trading cards were sold shortly after their sale on December 17 was 0.84 Ethereum, or over 10 times the original selling price of approximately $990.

As of December 29th, Trump trading cards were available on OpenSea for 0.15 ETH, or around $180. Trump emphasized on One American News Network that his entry into the area of NFTs is not motivated about money.

“I didn’t see it as an investment. I saw it that way—I thought they were cute. For $99 you’re getting these scenes that are so beautiful and interesting, I think, and I saw it that way.” Seen as a lot more than NFTs,” Trump said on December 20.

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