Every four years, with our votes cast and our TVs tuned in, we wait to hear the results of who will be our next commander in chief. And in years past, some results have hinged on slim or even single-state margins. In celebration of these dramatic, democratic decisions, Vault by CNN has launched a series of NFTs commemorating some of the nation’s most notable modern elections.
The America Votes collection kicked off earlier this month with NFTs of President Obama’s 2012 re-election win as announced by CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer. Available now, the second drop in the series features editions of President George W. Bush’s 2000 election win over Al Gore and 2004 re-election win against John Kerry. Each election moment in the series can be purchased as a standard edition, in the Vault’s signature NFT video format, or as a special edition complete with a changing electoral college infographic outlining the results from election night.
This collection adds to the growing gallery of CNN content contained in the Vault, which includes NFTs of war notes from Ukranian citizens, the selection of Pope Francis and the release of Nelson Mandela from prison. Two more drops in the America Votes series are scheduled for release in October; the latter half of the series highlighting Bill Clinton’s 1992 and 1996 election wins and George H.W. Bush’s 1988 victory.
Both standard and special editions of these NFTs are available in limited quantities, so head over to the Vault by CNN to unlock your personal piece of presidential history.