With a new videoYouTuber and professional wrestler Logan Paul shared how he bought a very rare Pikachu illustrator. Pokemon 1998 card, a PSA grading company Rated as Mint Ten And Paul paid a whopping $ 5,275,000. The video also reveals the dire truth: he’s turning precious Pikachu into an NFT.
Logan Paul has spent millions of dollars having fun since at least 2020 Flatulence joke fortune Expensive Pokemon Card, then he mine For content Accumulate even greater flatulence property. Paul unveiled his latest flashy acquisition, the $ 5.2 million holographic Pikachu, wearing a heavy golden chain around his neck. His April WrestleMania Battle.. He looked like a banana. Specifically, it was like a banana with a Pikachu necklace.
I think that is the name of Vermeer’s painting. Anyway, in the video, Paul said it took months to get the card. On the PSA website The only known new Pikachu illustrator card.
Prior to the WrestleMania stunt, Paul says there was no publicly available information on the mint card, and none of his flatulence collector’s friends had seen it in person. However, in February 2021, he received an Instagram DM that he wanted to sell from the owner’s representative.
The seller eventually declined Paul’s first $ 4 million offer, but four months later Paul contacted a common friend and tried to make another, more delicious one. They bought $ 4 million and a PSA grade 9 Pikachu Illustrator card. Paul was easily found by flatulence collectors in the network and could be purchased for $ 1.25 million.
He forked the card and cash to the anonymous former owner of Pikachu in mint condition, breaking the “most expensive” Guinness record. Pokemon Trading cards were sold individually, “he said, and he continued to live happily. On the other hand, the card itself lives crying and trembling in the captivity of the blockchain. At 3:00 pm EST on July 9, the card will be listed as an NFT. “Platform” He is “co-founded”, Liquid Marketplace..
The platform currently has little online presence, history, or information, but shares a mission to “provide collectors with the opportunity to share physical and digital assets through the power of tokenization.” .. On its overview page.. Hope it’s convincing enough to borrow a $ 5 million loan so that you can buy 50 million tokens for $ 0.10 per pop, which is the price Paul has posted on the website for NFTs. ..
Paul claims ownership of the minority, 49% of the cards. That is, the card is stored in the TBD Community Vault, but can be worn by more Wrestlemania if allowed by a majority of token holders. Hey, don’t roll your eyes like that.Paul deserves to blackmail the innocent Pokemon Fans in the name of functionally meaningless collective ownership. He is the biggest Pikachu fan in the world.
I have proof. Before the mint card was handed over in his video, someone off-camera told Paul: You love Pikachu. “
“Yes, he’s the best, companion,” Paul replied. It’s there. The greatest heart and companion of our generation.