Jacob, the ‘shaman’ of the assault on Congress, launches his collection of NFTs

Jacob Chanley the man who participated in the insurrection last January 6 aimed at preventing the proclamation of Joe Biden as the new President of the United States. disguised as shamanChansley made headlines around the world before being sentenced to 3 years and 5 months in prison.

Chansley, whom he later disowned Asset and has repented of what he has done, he still wants to enjoy his moment of notoriety, also from an economic point of view. His PR representative indeed announced (while Chansley was in jail) a collection of 1,006 NFT Shamans as an opportunity to join “a community of individuals impacted by the intersections that have arisen between politics, crypto, media, tribalism and shamanic culture”.

Jacob the shaman

In the NFTs, Chansley appears in a variety of disguises: one wearing a leather cocked hat, another an orange jumpsuit, others touting conspiracy theory. QAnon. In short, if you want to take a major step towards complete disorientation and disinformation, then Chansley’s NFTs seem like the best way to go.

Most of the (presumed) artwork associated with NFTs was created “exclusively licensed” of “anonymous artist”. 2021 has been a pivotal year for NFTs as several companies and celebrities take advantage of them to capitalize on their popularity, even though the mechanics of non-fungible tokens are unclear to most people and some of them are gaining fast value for no apparent reason.

Staying in Trump’s circle, the woman Melanie he has let it be known that during the holiday season he will be selling a watercolor that reflects his “cobalt blue eyes”. The former First Lady will use the blockchain protocol Solana and will accept both SOL cryptocurrency and credit cards as payment through MoonPay.

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