Monday, June 5

Logan Paul transforms this Pokémon card into an NFT | Digital Trends Spanish

A new chapter added the famous Pokémon card that the youtuber and fighter, Logan Paul, acquired due to its difficulty and rarity in the market. This is the Pikachu Illustrator from 1998, which the company PSA rater scored a ten and for which Paul paid a whopping $5,275,000 and which he will now turn into NFTs.

Paul introduced the public to his latest flashy acquisition, the $5.2 million holographic Pikachu, by placing it on a heavy gold chain around his neck before their April match at WrestleMania.

.@LoganPaul wearing the most expensive @Pokemon card in the world right now at #Wrestlemania! 🤑🤑🤑

— WWE (@WWE) April 3, 2022

The relevant thing is that since July 9 the card appears as NFT in the “platform” he “co-founded”, Liquid Marketplace.

Currently, the platform has hardly any online presence, history, or information, but shares a mission to “offer collectors the opportunity to co-own physical and digital assets through the power of tokenization.” on your information page.

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