Rapper and pop music icon, Snoop Dogg enters the digital art market and broadcasts NFT. He also admitted that he believes that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies will stay with us for longer.
Snoop Dogg airs NFT
On Friday, the legendary rapper released his first collection of non-exchangeable tokens (NFT) entitled “A Journey with the Dogg”. The collection combines the artist’s personal memories with NFT-inspired art. Also includes the new song “NFT”, inspired by tokens. It consists of a total of eight elements that are only available in limited quantities.
Recall that NFTs use cryptographic technology to assign unique identification codes and metadata to digital assets such as images, trading e-cards or songs, essentially providing digital certificates of ownership.
Owners have the option to trade or resell their NFTs using platforms like Crypto.com. It was there that the digital art collection of Snoop Dogg had its debut.
The NFT market is growing in strength
The NFT sector has been gaining popularity recently. The singer of The Weeknd issued his tokens. Earlier, for example, rockers from Kings of Leon did it.
Sam Snoop Dogg in an interview with Vanity Fair explained why he decided to take such a step.
– It’s a direct link to my fans and my community. Unlike when you buy one of my CDs or download my song, I cannot connect to you. (…) Thanks to the NFT I can do it. I plan to continue contacting fans who purchase this artwork. There is no platform or middleman to filter my message anymore – He said.
Snoop Dogg also says he believes Bitcoin and the entire cryptocurrency sector will stay with us for years to come.
– I do [w Bitcoina]. I believe in technology and I believe in the global connections it creates. I am not too preoccupied with the value of the coin as I have been around long enough to see things go up and down and I know that [BTC] will stay [na rynku]. (…) I don’t consider it a pandemic fashion, the pandemic just sped it all up – added.