Mark Zuckerberg mints NFT of his Little League baseball card

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--


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.