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Prices and volumes of Donald Trump’s NFT collections are surging after a viral interview with media personality Tucker Carlson on X (formerly Twitter). The interview amassed 110 million views within hours of its airing.

As of press time, Polygon-based Trump Digital Trading Cards were selling for over 0.13 ether (ETH), or just over $215, up from 0.1 ETH, or $150, last week.

Trump released the collection of 45,000 fantasy cards last December for $99 apiece, featuring images of him in a style similar to collectible baseball cards. The collection has over 13,000 unique holders as of Thursday.

As of Thursday, data shows a wallet tagged “6D65A7” holds the highest individual Trump NFTs with 602 cards followed by 72F891 at 500 cards. Neither of the two holders has listed his or her NFTs for sale.

It was recently revealed that Trump is a major holder of tokens. The former president and leading Republican candidate for next year’s election held $2.8 million in a cryptocurrency wallet as of early August, as reported, and earned some $4.87 million in licensing fees from the Trump NFT collection.