As it turns out, the collection of ugly NFT cards that 45th US President Donald Trump unveiled last week is a lazy Photoshop of stock images created for small clothing brands. This is reported by Gizmodo.
A collection of “exclusive” NFT cards with “incredible art” that “reflect the career” of US President Donald Trump was announced on December 14, 2022, when all Trump supporters were waiting for the announcement of his participation in the 2024 presidential race. But instead got a MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT of trading cards.
What!?! LOL, no. pic.twitter.com/UVBmdy75jA
— PatriotTakes 🇺🇸 (@patriottakes) December 14, 2022
The collection contains 45,000 digital cards priced at $99 each. And if you believe FOX 44, it was all sold out within 24 hours. Buyers will have a chance to win a one-on-one meeting with Trump at an upcoming event.
As found by Gizmodo, most images on NFT-cards are a bad photoshop of stock images of clothes, which are sold, including on Amazon.
Honestly, NFT scams have never looked so brazen. Could Donald Trump have become a kind of Internet troll who mocks his supporters? What do you think?