Lohan clarifies that every proceeds from one of his tokens went to Save The Children. An NFT collection of the actress reached $ 81,000.
The American actress and model, Lindsay Lohan, is always making evident her support for bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrencies, primarily through her social networks, to the point of launching her non-fungible tokens (NFT) based on the Ethereum blockchain.
Lohan’s NFT launches happened through the Rarible digital asset marketplace. The first of the tokens was announced on February 10 by the actress on her Twitter account.
The collectible token appears as an image of the actress and the word “Lightning” about Bitcoin’s network of instant payment channels and its low commissions. Its purchase happened thanks to the user “Loopify” for around USD 17,000. Days later, the work’s resale occurred for about USD 70,000.
In a message accompanying the token, Lohan assures that the proceeds from the sale of her NFT will go to charities that accept bitcoin to “empower younger generations to adapt and learn about this revolution that humanity is witnessing.
The description made by the movie star is about bitcoin and digital assets that have currently gained ground in vast sectors of the world economy.
The next token that the actress placed for sale was called Rolling in the Bitcoin and is an image in which the actress appears to evoke the painting “The Starry Night” by Vincent van Gogh. The collectible is currently on sale for about $ 80,000.
The NFT possesses a description in which Lohan gives thanks for love received from every user who dared to purchase her previous token. She also clarified that every fund the token received went as a donation to the Save The Children foundation.
“Rolling in the Bitcoin: There is a lot of potential in this digital currency that Nakamoto created,” She said in her message.
Another Lohan NFT, which goes by the name “Bitcoin to the Moon,” aired for International Women’s Day. It is a token that resembles an image of the artist, along with a yellow Volkswagen beetle vehicle, and on the front, it has the Bitcoin logo. However, it seems to be contradictory since Rarible works on the Ethereum network.
The image looks like a poster from the Disney film Herbie: Fully Loaded, on which the actress worked in 2005, and its price circled 42,000.
In the NFT description, the actress left a message for women: “Empowering all women who give wings to this dream of freedom through Bitcoin. Happy Women’s Day to all the champions! “She also assured that she would buy” artworks” from other women to support them.
“I have donated a part to Save The Children and gave USD 10,000 to one of the bidders. Thank you all, stay tuned…” Added Lohan.
Non-fungible tokens are digital assets that make life in the market and symbolize real-world objects and people, including songs and artworks. They can’t be interchangeable with each other and function as a digital certificate of authenticity.
By: Jenson Nuñez