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Mark Zuckerberg mints NFT of his Little League baseball card

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Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is minting his Little League baseball card, which will be auctioned off as an NFT.

Video Transcript

DAVE BRIGGS: An interesting left story today, Mark Zuckerberg is going to mint an NFT of his baseball card from when he was a little kid, and sell both the physical card and an NFT version. By the way, it is signed.

BRIAN CHEUNG: Look at Mark. Look at young mark.

DAVE BRIGGS: Good looking kid. Looks exactly like he does now. He actually signed it. And if you look at the fine print there-- you know what the fine print says there? that he's a .920 hitter, Brian. So who wouldn't want the card--

BRIAN CHEUNG: My question--

DAVE BRIGGS: --of one of richest man in the world that's hit .920?

BRIAN CHEUNG: --is what kind of little league is making cards for their players.

DAVE BRIGGS: Well, all of them.

BRIAN CHEUNG: Am I not-- OK, so I must not have been in the little league that actually did this, 'cos I didn't get a card when I played in elementary.

DAVE BRIGGS: That is very common. There are some--

BRIAN CHEUNG: Really?

DAVE BRIGGS: --Dave Briggs cards out there.

BRIAN CHEUNG: That's why I have no idea.

DAVE BRIGGS: I mean, we should get our hands on them.

BRIAN CHEUNG: OK, if I can get my hands on one of those, that bad boy hit in the open sea, that's for sure.

DAVE BRIGGS: Might be able to get some good stuff, a soda with the value of that.

BRIAN CHEUNG: $150, folks.