Logan Paul's NFT Wallet Value Is Jaw-Dropping
It doesn't look like Logan Paul will need to be pawning off his first-edition Charizard any time soon, as the YouTuber's NFT wallet could be pulling in a small fortune. He could even start an early-retirement with the amount of money his NFT wallet is worth.
NFTs are back in the stratosphere again, no matter how much we might hate them. So, unsurprisingly, it wasn't long until Non-Fungible Tokens started making their way into many a streamer's conversation. They may just look like simple Flash avatar creations, but they can fetch a pretty bob or two for their owners and that definitely seems the case for YouTuber and boxer Logan Paul.
Speaking with IMPAULSIVE podcast, Logan revealed some eye-opening facts about his NFT wallet. He may not have specifically stated how much his NFT wallet was worth, but he gave just enough information that with a little bit of NFT maths, fans have been able to decipher just how much money Logan could be earning through his NFTs.
What NFTs Has Logan Paul Bought In The Past?
Logan Paul is a dab hand when it comes to the world of NFTs. Unlike Xbox, who refused to get on board with the new cryptocurrency, Logan was quick to jump on the NFT hype, which all began towards the end of 2021. As some of the top NFT creators started to cash in on buying and selling the pieces of digital art, Logan started making his own investments. For example, in January 2021 Paul revealed that he had made an eye-watering profit from selling his World of Women piece for $765k.
Of course, Logan Paul isn't the only famous streamer to cash in on the goldmine. For example, in November 2021, one of Twitch's most famous stars Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa revealed that she had sold an NFT of herself for just over $120,000. With such a fantastic profit, it's no surprise that she considered "doing this again".
How Much Is Logan Paul's NFT Wallet Worth?
During his podcast with IMPAULSIVE on January 18, Logan was discussing the recent scandal surrounding his $3.5 million fake Pokémon card boxes. He claimed that there should be more work done to verify physical investment items such as Pokémon cards in the same way it is done for NFTs. It was here that the topic quickly turned to Paul's NFT purchases and how he had made a $535k profit from selling the World of Women NFT. However, he said his "World of Women collection is vast" and that he had 42 from the collection still left.
He claimed that he bought his entire World Of Women collection for $800k. As of writing, the floor price is just below 8 ETH. With this in mind, 38 World of Women at 8 ETH would work out to Logan earning $875,000. It may not be as much as originally estimated by some fans, but it would still pull in a whopping profit for the YouTuber. Given how he is clearly still heartbroken by the Pokémon card scam, could he be turning his attentions to NFTs from now on?