Donnarumma NFT named after Italian and Paris Saint-Germain shot-stopper Gianluigi Donnarumma sold for $33,106.23 in the past 24 hours. A buyer got the Ethereum NFT protocol a year after the seller bought it for $5,680, making a $27,425 profit.
This realized profit is coming despite the market downturn and still continues to show how profitable it is for holders and investors in fan tokens. With the launch into fans token, several players have had NFT works of them sold off at exorbitant prices, one of which is the highest selling NFT, the NFT of the statue of basketball giant Lebron James, which sold for $21 million.
Anonymous User Buys Donnarumma NFT
An anonymous user bought Donnarumma from a Sorare user. The Sorare user created the NFT created and he has a history of buying tokens bearing linked to superstar players. Some of them include the Argentine duo, Javier Mascherano and Ezequiel Lavezzi.
The Donnarumma was the highest-selling player token for the day. It was also listed as number 58 on the chart of top-selling NFTs.
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