If You Dodged Trump NFTs And Invested $100 In Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin On His Niece's Advice, Here's H – Benzinga


Former President Donald Trump’s latest business venture has sparked controversy and skepticism among many Americans. 
What Happened: Rather than announcing his 2024 running mate or sharing other presidential campaign news, Trump introduced the sale of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) depicting himself in various characters, such as a superhero, cowboy, and astronaut. Despite the initial hype and quick sellout, Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, voiced her concerns about the venture on her podcast show, claiming it to be a scam.
“It’s clearly a scam,” she said. “Please don’t buy them.”
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Why It Matters: If you had invested $100 investment in major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin.

Prices (Dec. 15, 2022):
Current Prices:
Considering these figures, let’s calculate the value of a $100 investment in each cryptocurrency today:
Bitcoin: $159.80 Ethereum: $127.64 Dogecoin: $69.77
In total, your $300 investment on January 20, 2021, would now be worth approximately $357.21.
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