Melania Trump will sell you NFT, and we don’t know what to think

Former US First Lady Melania Trump, the wife of Donald Trump is planning to release NFTs ‘in regular intervals’ with some proceeds going to foster children, a news release said.

Melania Trump sells the NFTs on her website in exchange for Solana tokens, currently valued at around $180 each. If you buy this token you can own a digital watercolor painting of Melania Trump’s eyes.

The former first lady’s staff hasn’t informed how much assets from the donations will go to charity, and which foster child-related charities will get them. So some people think that this is just a marketing trick.

Aaron Dorfman, president and CEO of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, says when a company says “a portion of the proceeds” will go to charity without indicating specifically what amount, “It’s a huge red flag.”

The Trump family has a bad history with charities, though Melania Trump was not directly involved in this charity disaster.

While still US president, Donald Trump paid a $2m court-ordered fine after conceding he used his charitable foundation as a personal piggy bank. The fine was ordered to be distributed amongst eight charities.

What will happen now? Will Melania do a good job, or it’s just one more try to stay in the spotlight?

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