After wearing the most expensive Pokémon card in the world around his neck for the first time at WrestleMania, Logan Paul has explained how he came to obtain it. Not only that, but he has more news regarding the card.
All Worth It
Paul travelled to Italy to purchase the 9/10 card, paying $1.25 million for the nearly flawless design, before making his way to Dubai to finally meet the most expensive Pokémon card in existence.
For the Collective
Despite receiving a Guinness World Record for a sale, the YouTuber revealed in his video that he would be putting the card on his platform Liquid Marketplace, which enables users to jointly own “high tier goods,” such as the card. “Instead of one person, me, owning this card, we as a collective can co-own it together,” Paul had stated.
The YouTuber will sell 51% of the card’s ownership, which means it will be stored in a vault and its owners will decide how to use it in the future as a group.