Before becoming one of America’s favorite First Ladies, Melania Trump was a successful business owner. Unfortunately, she quickly became the target of the media the moment her husband Donald J. Trump became our 45th President of the United States.
Today, in a tweet, the first lady who gave so much back to children around the world during her four years at the White House announced her plans to venture back into the world of business. In a tweet, she announced she’ll be entering the popular NFT or non-fungible token market.
In her statement, Melania announces her venture into the NFT market along with an explanation about how she’ll contribute the proceeds to children who age out of the foster care program and other initiatives to help children related to her Be Best initiative.
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. #MelaniaNFT https://t.co/XJN18tMllg pic.twitter.com/wMpmDDsQdp
— MELANIA TRUMP (@MELANIATRUMP) December 16, 2021
For many, NFTs are a mystery, so we’re including a handy guide to NFTs from MSN:
So, what exactly is a Non-Fungible Token (NFT)?
A Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is a one-of-a-kind digital token that is permanently linked to a piece and is encrypted with the artist’s signature. It validates the piece’s ownership and authenticity.
It’s a form of digital asset that can be used to represent real-world artifacts like art, music, video, and in-game stuff.
They’re frequently encoded with the same software as many other cryptos and are bought and sold online, often with cryptocurrency.
For example, money is fungible, which means that one rupee can be exchanged for another.
By definition, a non-fungible token is not comparable to another non-fungible token.
This means that each NFT is either one-of-a-kind or part of a very limited run, and each has its own unique code.
Cryptocurrencies designed to operate as currencies, such as bitcoin, are fungible, which means that any two bitcoins are similar and thus interchangeable.
Unlike bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, NFT is a crypto asset that exists on blockchains (cryptographic digital ledgers), but each token is absolutely unique.
It’s great for things like digital art certification.
The far-left Bloomberg Politics tweeted the link about Melania’s venture into the NFT market. Along with the link, they wrote:
Melania Trump has become the latest celebrity to try and cash in on the craze for non-fungible tokens
In their headline, Bloomberg Politics makes a point of saying that Melania is trying to “cash in” on her new venture but neglects to mention that she’s raising money for foster children who’ve aged out of the foster care program.
— Bloomberg Politics (@bpolitics) December 16, 2021
The Bloomberg article about Melania begins:
The former first lady’s first NFT, called Melania’s Vision, will include watercolor art that “embodies Mrs. Trump’s cobalt blue eyes, providing the collector with an amulet to inspire,” according to an emailed statement. It will be available from Dec. 16 to Dec. 31 for one SOL, a cryptocurrency that runs on the Solana blockchain, currently priced at $187.
Near the end of the article, Bloomberg FINALLY writes about Melania’s extremely generous efforts to raise funds for children in need.
Sales from Trump’s collection will benefit her Be Best initiative, according to the statement. She will help foster children acquire “computer science skills, including programming and software development, to thrive after they age out of the foster community.”
Although she’s not in the White House, our dishonest mainstream media can’t help but tear her down. If they’re not openly trashing her, they’re intentionally leaving out details that might remind Americans how generous Melania Trump wasw and contineuys to be when it comes to helping children.