Rug Pull Occurred In The TRUMP Project, The TRUMP Tokens Price Dropped By 90%
The price of TRUMP tokens dropped by 90% once the rug pull was revealed in the TRUMP project.
According to Paidun’s early warning monitoring, a rug pull occurred in the TRUMP project on the Polygon chain on December 19, and the price of TRUMP tokens dropped by 90%.
The deployer withdrew 1129 MATIC from Binance, formed the TRUMP contract, added $1,000 MATIC to the pool three days ago, then removed the liquidity in the last 22 hours. RealDonaldTrump (RDT) coins were also minted by deployers a few minutes ago; please be cautious of hazards.
Former US President Donald Trump has released his first collection of NFTs, titled Collect Trump Cards. Each NFT costs $99, for a total of 45,000 NFTs, and can be purchased with a credit card or WETH on the Polygon chain.
During the Sweepstakes Entry Period, the number of NFTs available for minting is limited to 45,000, with 44,000 NFTs available for purchase. The Donald Trump NFTs trading card collection sold out in a matter of hours and has already made over 648 ETH, or over $785,000.
The collection is presently housed in 34 wallets, each of which has 100 or more pieces. Furthermore, 1,000 NFTs were airdropped to one wallet hours before the public sale, according to OpenSea statistics. The second-largest holder now has 673 NFTs from the collection.
Some things have already fetched nearly $7,000 in resale value. Trump sporting a Christmas hat is shown on a greyscale NFT purchased by NFT collector Nanitor for 6 ETH ($7,200).
Trump might have earned nearly $4.5 million from the mint. The creator fees for OpenSea include a 10% royalty on secondary sales, which implies the project has already received approximately $80,000 in trades.
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