NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) have been becoming very popular recently, so it's no surprise that even some celebrities are coming out in support of them. Here are four celebrities that have come out in support of NFTs recently and what they did.
Keanu Reeves :
This project aims to improve the digital and physical worlds through the support of diverse artists and creative communities. Reports claim that that means introducing traditional artists to NFTs and funding their efforts.
Eminem and Snoop Dogg :
This may surprise you but both Eminem and Snoop Dogg own NFTs and they were recently included in a new music video the duo made together.
The Video has multiple references to NFTs and BAYC in particular and even includes animated segments with the rappers portrayed as the NFTs they own.
Cristiano Renaldo :
Soccer star Cristiano Renaldo has signed a multi year partnership with Crypto Currency exchange Binance, that will see him release his NFTs.
The first of a series of collections that he will release is expected later this year.
My Opinion :
Having all these celebrities owning, being in partnership with or even creating NFTs is good news. This means that more people will become interested in and even purchase NFTs, as they idolize these celebrities.
However I urge people to exercise caution and do the proper research before purchasing NFTs, while you may want to own something exclusive from a star you love, their is no guarantee that once you purchase one of their NFTs, the value won't drop.
What do you think of these observations, tell me in the comments section and follow for more Crypto Currency news as it happens.
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