US Rapper Snoop Dogg Picks Interest in Bitcoin and NFT

Monday 05 April 2021, 10:00 AM AEST - 1 week ago

Celebrities are gradually picking interest in Bitcoin (BTC) and the emerging digital currency market in general.

During an interview with Vanity Fair, a famous American rapper, Snoop Dogg, formally known as Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., endorsed BTC, adding that he believes in its technology. He also disclosed his interest in the booming non-fungible token (NFT) market as he prepares to issue one on the NFT platform.

Bitcoin is “here to stay”

Snoop Dogg said he believes in Bitcoin “one hundred” percent. According to him, the coronavirus pandemic helped accelerate more interest in the cryptocurrency, and it wasn’t a fad.

I believe in it. I believe in the technology and I believe in the global connection it creates. I’m not too caught up in the value of the coin, because I’ve been around long enough to see things go up and go down, and I know it’s here to stay.

Snoop Dogg

Concerning NFTs, the US rapper is also a big supporter who believes that such technology is changing how artists can connect with their fans globally.

I am excited about it, ya dig? I’m happy to participate in the movement. I’m definitely gonna bring more attention to the game. Cut me in, or cut it out.

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg’s NFT launch

The rapper also revealed in the interview that his NFTs would launch on the platform. The name? A Journey with the Dogg. The contents include an original track called “NFT.”

Recently, Crypto News Australia reported that named Snoop Dogg, Aston Martin Cognizant Formula OneTM,  Axel Mansoor, and a few other celebrities as official launch partners of its NFT marketplace. For a start, said the platform would mostly feature exclusive NFT contents from celebrities in diverse industries, including music and sports. 

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