- A song by incarcerated prisoners featuring Trump climbed to #1 on iTunes.
- The J6 Prison Choir features inmates charged for the Capitol Riot in 2021.
- Trump Cards NFT collection price floor plunges to 0.41 Ethereum (ETH).
The controversial 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump, is back at the center of attention. The J6 Prison Choir is comprised entirely of his supporters who intruded on the Washington Capitol on January 6th, 2023. The hit single “Justice For All” quickly topped the best-selling artists of today’s music scene, including Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, and Trump’s arch nemesis Rihanna.
On the other hand, the hostile takeover of the Washington Capitol has a body count of three civilians and three police officers, some simply crushed in a stampede. However, the official death toll from the January 6th, 2021, Capitol Riot doesn’t bother Donald. In contrast, Mr. Trump plans to pardon the rioters responsible for the deaths of four people during the incident if he is re-elected.
Trump Cards Dump 76% on Polygon
Following the news, former president Donald Trump’s stock-photo-inspired NFT project took a major hit. Even though Trump Cards NFT were first unveiled during the “major announcement,” which was later mocked by Jimmy Fallon on Saturday Night Live, the hype around Mr. Trump’s self-explanatory crypto venture seems to be fading away.
Previously, Trump Cards were trending on OpenSea right after Donald Trump announced his long-awaited Twitter comeback. Indeed, Trump Cards have two editions – one of them is sweepstakes-based and generated massive sales promising Zoom calls and gala dinners with the president.
At press time, Trump Cards (TRUMP) NFT price floor is 0.41 Ethereum (ETH), according to CoinGecko. Indicating a 9.5% decrease in the last 24 hours, the slump gets deeper on Polygon (MATIC). Besides, OpenSea’s trading activity indicates a 76% downturn for Trump Digital Cards, with just 7 ETH in trading volume.
On The Flipside
- Before releasing the Trump Cards NFT collection, the former president of the United States was a tough opponent of Bitcoin (BTC) and blockchain technology.
Why You Should Care
Major public figures aping into crypto and NFTs usually attract new retail users and help spread awareness about blockchain technology.
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