Prime Video’s hit collection “The Boys” posted a pretend NFT buying and selling card of Homelander parodying Donald Trump’s current transfer.
Homelander can come residence with you for the vacations, because of Vought Worldwide’s NFT buying and selling playing cards for the superhero that parodies a sure somebody’s 2024 presidential marketing campaign.
The Prime Video collection “The Boys” took to Twitter to spoof Donald Trump’s viral digital buying and selling playing cards that imagined the previous president as a superhero, an astronaut, an Outdated West sheriff, and different costumed characters.
“Huge announcement: Official Homelander digital collectible cards have arrived!” the Vought Worldwide Twitter web page posted. “Celebrate our greatest hero’s life and crimefighting career by owning an authentic and non-fungible JPEG of him. Buy now for 777 VoughtCoin while you still can!”
The picture reveals Anthony Starr as Homelander in the same pose to Trump, with the Vought company headquarters constructing within the background.
Whereas Trump shared in a video that the $99 digital merchandise had been like baseball playing cards, the nonfungible tokens (NFTs) are digital recordsdata that do have an incentive buying and selling method, courtesy of Trump’s marketing campaign: Gather 45 or extra playing cards, and prospects can obtain a ticket to a gala on the Trump resort in South Florida, as reported by The New York Times. The transfer was roasted by late-night TV hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Seth Meyers on their respective reveals.
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