Logan Paul, a well-known vlogger, boxer and actor, made a tidy profit this week by selling one of his World of Women NFTs to The Sandbox. Unexpectedly, the price paid for the digital asset was a whopping 200 ETH, or roughly $765,000.
In essence, this amounts to a $535,000 profit for the content creator, who was, to put it mildly, surprised.
The Sandbox now owns Logan Paul’s World of Women NFT
As a result, Logan Paul is a huge fan of World of Women. The NFT collector actually owns a number of NFTs from the collection, but it seems that he didn’t anticipate making such a large profit from just one sale.
But it’s not surprising. With a current floor price of 2.94 ETH, World of Women NFT is soaring to success. Additionally, the project has the support of a number of well-known NFT figures, including Gary Vee, the creator of Veefriends.
It makes sense that a group like The Sandbox would be interested in these digital assets. This acquisition took place as the enormous metaverse was getting ready for the upcoming January 13th LAND sale.
An excellent start off for the NFT collector
Although Logan Paul may not have the largest NFT fortune, his collection is unquestionably impressive. The content producer appears to have invested more than $2.645 million in NFTs in 2021. He currently has more than 139 NFTs, including the outstanding White Grumpy Genesis Mooncat NFT, which is worth more than $522,000 so far.
In conclusion, Logan Paul appears to be off to a great start in 2022 thanks to the sale of his World of Women NFT to the Sandbox.