If You Dodged Trump NFTs And Invested $100 In Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin On His Niece’s Advice, Here’s How Much You’d Have Today

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):

  • Bitcoin BTC/USD: $17,420
  • Ethereum ETH/USD: $1,270
  • Dogecoin DOGE/USD: $0.086

Current Prices:

  • Bitcoin: $27,833.37
  • Ethereum: $1,621.5
  • Dogecoin: $0.060

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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