Trump’s Stock Soars After Mugshot & Twitter Comeback


On conspiracy accusations, Donald Trump turned himself up at a Georgia courthouse.
The former president avoided GOP meetings in favor of X.

After a two-year hiatus, the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, has returned to social media to proclaim his innocence and release his mugshot. Elon Musk, the owner of the site, and many other meme enthusiasts welcomed him with a typical bombast.

Yesterday, Tucker Carlson, a former FOX News reporter who now lives on social media, interviewed the top Republican contender. It’s worth noting that the interview ran alongside Fox News’ coverage of the GOP presidential debate.

Meanwhile, interest in all three NFT collections spiked when Trump’s photograph was made public, driving up trade volume across all NFT marketplaces. For instance, the base price of Trump Digital Trading Cards NFT increased by 42.3%, to 0.195 ETH. One Trump Card NFT now costs $322.35 at today’s exchange rates. The initial retail price of $99 for one of these cards is only the beginning.

The value of the second series of Trump’s autobiographical NFTs, Trump Digital Cards, increased by $15,813.60, or 9.56 ETH, or 3617 percent, while trading. In addition, Polygon PoS saw a 38% increase in the contentious Win Trump Prizes (TPRIZES) collection, which currently trades below $50 since many NFT fans are unsure of the rules and regulations of these online contests.

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