Lindsay Lohan Wants You to Buy Her NFT on Ethereum, Because ‘Bitcoin is the Future’
“Bitcoin to the moon,” tweeted actress Lindsay Lohan, which received a lot of interest from the crypto community and, at the same time, sent the price of Bitcoin reeling to $43,750, but it’s all better now as today we are back above $47,800.
However, soon Lohan’s vision of Bitcoins’ future revealed her mission. “Bitcoin is the future, happening now. Support my vision of empowerment by collecting this 1 of 1 NFT from Rarible,” tweeted Lohan soon after.
“I believe in a world which is financially decentralized and the power of dreams to be the core lightning network of humans,” reads her art’s description.
With this, Lohan has joined in on the NFT craze as he announced “Lindsay ‘Lightning' Lohan” for a whopping 45 ETH worth $78,530.38. It further states,
“Here is my first Digital Collectible from which I shall donate to charities that accept Bitcoin to empower younger generations in order for them to adapt and learn about this revolution that humanity is witnessing.”
Her art is currently up for sale on growing NFT marketplace Rarible. RARI, the native token of the platform, is enjoying the news with an uptrend of about 25% as it surges past $11. The token has been on a strong uptrend ever since late January.
Lohan isn't the first celebrity to put up her NFT on sale; as we reported, many are joining this burgeoning trend. Just last week, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda launched his very first NFT for $30,000 and decided to donate the initial proceeds of this first NFT to charity. Shinoda said,
“This should be very interesting for people who make unconventional art, or people who have been told their art isn’t art at all. Maybe it is. The community will decide.”
The billionaire owner of Dallas Maverick, Mark Cuban, is another one who has been taking a special interest in NFTs and even sold some. According to him, “DeFi and many other dapps changed everything,” which involves his perception of Bitcoin, which he says “is more than a SOV because of its swap utility.”