Former First Lady Melania Trump announced Thursday that it will begin selling NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, to become the latest personality to embrace the latest digital collector trends.
“We are proud to announce a new NFT initiative that embodies our passion for art and supports our ongoing commitment to children through the Be Best initiative,” she said in a statement Thursday. Share on social media.
In a statement, the former First Lady confirmed that it was launching a “release NFT on a regular basis” platform.
NFTs are data that confirm that you own ownership of digital items such as artwork. Items can also include video clips, tweets, and more.
NFTs are recorded using blockchain technology. Blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger that tracks transaction of items and assets.
The hottest NFTs include a digital version of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s first tweet. It sold as an NFT for over $ 2.9 million in March, and the 2007 viral video “CharlieBitMyFinger” won over $ 760,000 in May. .. Earlier this week A demo track you’ve never heard before Whitney Houston Recorded at the age of 17, it was sold as an NFT for $ 999,999.
Trump’s first NFT will be available for purchase until December 31st. The NFT, entitled “Melania’s Vision,” is “a breathtaking watercolor art that embodies Mrs. Trump’s cobalt blue eyes,” according to a statement Thursday.
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It sells for one SOL, a cryptocurrency running on the Solana blockchain, or about $ 180. It also includes audio recordings, which are the “message of hope” from Trump.
Part of NFT’s sales “helps children aging from foster care by empowering them and increasing access to the resources they need to excel in the areas of computer science and technology,” the statement said. I am saying.
Former First Lady introduced the BeBest Initiative in 2018 during the term of former President Donald Trump. Initially, we focused on three main “pillars”: happiness, social media use, and children’s opioid abuse.