Lindsey Lohan’s NXT (non-fungible token) electronic music comeback single sold for $ 85,484.09. Lohan’s new song is called “Lori” and features an actress singing on a beat produced by Manuel Reva. The above song is the first NXT by a woman sold on FFForever, a marketplace for the exclusive celebrity NXT. Tron (TRX) cryptocurrency is used to buy an NXT like Lohan, with the former Disney actress’s eyelid showing a butterfly flapping a feather to the beat of “Lullaby”.
The description of “Lori” helped sell NXT. “Coming Straight Out of a Dream – ‘Lori’ is a special collaboration between Lindsay Lohan and DJ Manuel Reva and here through visuals to send you on a journey down memory lane and to experience nostalgia again” Be ready to watch. Lost it for never before experience, “the description reads. Although a new Lindsay Lohan single has not fully campaigned on its own, the NXT strategy has clearly worked in her favor.
Lindsey lohan She says that she has “fully invested herself in leaving this song as an NXT with the sole purpose of conveying empowerment.” NXT was expected to attract some attention, but there are not many who expect it to sell for around $ 100K. Lohan said in a recent interview with Forbes, “It’s only a matter of time until everyone from Hollywood and beyond gets involved.” “Maybe we’ll look at the token of films, and how artists are paid for their films, music and art. I see a future where crypto, NXT and blockchain would be the norm, rather than the exception.”
NXT has become a bit controversial in the last few months, but Lindsay Lohan believes that it should revolutionize the art world. “Tokenation through NXT can help content creators and musicians actually own property rights that they create, and allow them to profit accordingly,” she said. After leading electronic group Daft Punk earlier this year, Lohan sold an NXT, selling the pair for $ 15,000. The actress is also hating bitcoin on social media for her 8.4 million followers.
More than $ 300 million of NXT was traded on the open market in February alone. Controversial artist Biplab sold one of his digital artwork to NXT for $ 69 million, which sparked a massive social media buzz. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey also sprang into action, selling his “first tweet NXT” for $ 2.5 million. Some have criticized Lindsay Lohan for jumping on the band, while others have praised her for adopting an early celebrity for a stage that has the potential to make a lot of money over the next decade. You can see the tweet announcing the winning bid for the “Lori” NFT above.