Presidential Candidate in South Korea to Launch 22K NFTs for his Campaign
Presidential Candidate in South Korea to Launch 22K NFTs for his Campaign

South Korean conservative candidate Yoon Suk-yeol will attempt to boost his presidential campaign via non-fungible tokens.

With NFTs becoming popular assets amongst celebrities, they are now essentially the “trading cards” of the younger generation that can be flaunted across social media and traded online.

Interestingly enough, according to a report by Forkast, a South Korean presidential candidate named Yoon Suk-yeol will attempt to use digital assets to bring in more votes from the youth.

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Suk-yeol has already listed 4000 NFTs on the CCCV marketplace, featuring pictures of himself. Each digital asset is sold for 50,000 Korean Wons, which is about $41.09. While there hasn’t been a very high demand for these NFTs, with only 30 sold at the moment of writing, the candidate is hoping to issue even more tokens, over 22K to be exact.

South Korean Presidential Candidate to Launch Over 22 Thousand NFTs for Campaign: digital asset preview.

While such means of reaching the presidency is quite unconventional, Yoon Suk-yeol is currently leading with a 39% approval rating. As far as his popularity goes, the conservative candidate has promised crypto-friendly policies and hopes to receive more votes by offering limited edition NFTs.

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