On Thursday morning December 16, the Office of Melania Trump made an announcement about Melania Trump launching the first NFT collection entitled “Melania’s Vision.”

Watercolor art created by Marc-Antoine Coulon will be released as a limited edition, it be 1 SOL (currently $186) and will include an audio recording from Melania Trump “with a message of hope.”

After Michael Jordan going into Web3 via Solana, Melania Trump’s NFT project will be utilizing Solana blockchain protocol developed by Anatoly Yakovenko.

“Excited for this new venture, which combines my passion for art and commitment to helping our Nation’s children fulfill their own unique American Dream,” said a former First Lady.

The first historic auction will take place in January 2022 and will feature: digital artwork, physical artwork, and a physical one-of-a-kind accessory.

NFTs will be released on MelaniaTrump.com in “regular intervals.”

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Melania Trump NFT announcement comes as at a time when many former and current members of establishment oppose crypto and decentralized finance.

In a recent interview with crypto billionaire CEO of FTX Sam Bankman-Fried, The Pavlovic Today explored an idea of bipartisanship around crypto and blockchain technology.

Talking about the first historic hearing on crypto currency CEO of FTX Sam Bankman-Fried said:  “I’ve been surprised by the amount of  bipartisanship, by the fact that I think both sides were coming at it with an open mind. I think I was worried that there would be a lot more, sort of, partisan back-and-forth and bickering over, but, in fact, both sides approached it constructively.”

Mrs. Trump’s move into blockchain is a step in that direction.

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Ksenija Pavlovic is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Pavlovic Today, The Chief White House Correspondent. Pavlovic was a Teaching Fellow and Doctoral Fellow in the Political Science department...

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