Donald Trump NFT Team Minted 1,000 Tokens to their Own Wallets

Twitter users discovered that the Donald Trump NFT creators were keeping the rarest tokens for themselves the morning after the launch.

After the launch of Donald Trump’s NFT collection, in which he portrays a wide variety of fictional characters, it was reported that Trump’s crew had minted a thousand of the most valuable NFTs and stored them in the former president’s wallet.

Twitter users discovered evidence that the Donald Trump NFT creators were keeping the rarest tokens for themselves the morning after the launch. NFT INT LLC, an unknown firm, created and promoted the collection. The company’s public records show that NFT INT LLC operates out of a UPS store in a Park City, Utah mall.

According to a recent post on Twitter, investigation has discovered that Donald Trump constructed his own wallet using gnosis safe only one day after making the NFT collection publicly available on December 14, 2022.

Trump’s staff minted 1,000 NFTs to their personal wallet, as seen in the gnosis safe (at the address 0xfb65415Ca83B69DA9bC56B4C9C2334fa402baCd7), prompting questions about their motivations.

Donald Trump Collect Sold Out

This revelation comes following the claim that Trump’s NFT collection sold out on Friday morning, just one day after its debut on Thursday. According to OpenSea, the total trade volume for the collection is 900 ETH, or about $1.08 million. 

According to data compiled by Dune Analytics, 13,000 users created 3.5 tokens after the release. The minimum amount of NFTs required to secure a supper with Trump was 45, and 115 customers purchased them. 17 purchased the maximum number of NFTs that were permitted to be minted, which was 100.

It is important to take into account the fact that on Thursday, former President Donald Trump announced the release of a collection of 45,000 fictional non-fungible tokens (NFT), via Truth Social, the social media platform he established the previous year. 

The NFTs initially cost $99 each and give consumers the chance to win Trump-related prizes such as dinner with the Former President, a round of golf at one of his facilities, and a Zoom chat with Trump.