The 65-year-old American billionaire and owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball club began selling non-fungible tokens that he had been holding for about two years.

Owner of marked address markcuban.eth in Ethereum Name Service (ENS) has begun offering collectible tokens for sale. The address is believed to belong to Mark Cuban.

Tokens included EulerBeats Genesis, DeepBlack NFTs, Pudgy Penguins, and Wrapped MoonCats. Over the past two days, Cuban sold 14 NFTs worth approximately $38,533. The most expensive NFT was Pudgy Penguin #6239, which was listed for 9.06 wETH and was worth $30,578. The remaining NFTs ranged in value from $22 to $1,800.

Cuban also plans to sell two more valuable collectible tokens. The billionaire posted his hashtag as an NFT #MFFL for 15 ETH and a fragment of the Bible (Deuteronomy 25:4) as an NFT for 5 ETH. If these two tokens find a buyer, Cuban’s total NFT sales will exceed $100,000.

The last token sale from Cuban’s address was recorded on January 13, 2022, when the billionaire sold a Roc Aero Pitch Deck collectible token for $33.73.

The sale of NFTs from Cuban’s address comes after a recent security incident – on June 23, the billionaire said his Gmail account was hacked thanks to a scam call. However, on June 25, Cuban told followers on X that he had already restored his account and thanked the Google team for their help.

The billionaire was questioned in court last year about promoting failed cryptocurrency lender Voyager Digital. In 2022, affected investors filed a lawsuit against Mark Cuban, accusing him of advertising crypto pyramid schemes.