In today’s news cycle, former US president Donald Trump dropped a nonfungible token on us named Mugs Shot. It is the 3rd part he has done now, and this collection revolves around Indicted Trump.
As per the announcement on December 12, interested buyers can secure these exclusive trading cards using either credit cards or Wrapped Ether (wETH) until December 31, 2024. An interesting twist is buyers need to provide Know Your Customer (KYC) information, even if they opt for cryptocurrency payments.
In addition, the website offers information on what led to the development of “MugShot” as a historical moment being established. On Thursday, the 24th of August, 2023, President Trump was formally arrested and took his first-ever mug shot. In the captured image, it is clear that Trump looks serious with a raised eyebrow and a strong look, symbolizing the toughness of character.
Furthermore, when it comes to price, every sold NFT costs $99, and if you buy 47 or more digital trading cards, a unique historical object will be your prize. They will get “a piece of the president’s suit from his mugshot and a dinner with the president at Mar-a-Lago.” The offer gives this rare collection a personal touch.
Watch This Video: Don't Miss Out! pic.twitter.com/vunSPlEY6Z
— CollectTrumpCards (@CollectTrump) December 12, 2023
Besides, this goes beyond Trump’s involvement in the NFT space. It is his third effort, and he looks to build further on the success of the previous drops. It looks like entrepreneurship runs in the family. The other notable player in this industry is former First Lady Melania Trump, who has also launched a personal collection.
Legal Problems Await Trump’s 2024
In this midst, trump has entered politics seeking another non-consecutive term for the forthcoming 2024 US presidential elections. Nevertheless, his way has many legal obstacles. Ninety-one counts of business fraud and an association with the alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
In addition, the American constitution does not provide for automatic disqualification clauses that would exclude any people troubled by law from running for public office. This lack makes another additional complication for Trump’s political voyage. The 14th Amendment that sought to bar convicts found guilty of being part of the insurrection movement from holding any public office required congressional action for enforcement, illustrating the complexity between law and politics.