Singer and Actress Lindsay Lohan -
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If you were still puzzled by the explosion in the prices of cryptocurrencies and more recently of non-fungible tokens, the NFTs, know in any case that Lindsay Lohan has thrown headlong into this divisive business.
To prove it, the star is offering her new single,
, as an NFT, at auction.
For now, and while there is still a little more than two days to bid, it will cost more than 500,000 "Tron", the cryptocurrency created by the entrepreneur Justin Sun (who had launched hostilities by paying 300,000 " Tron ”last weekend), or roughly $ 33,000.
“I've been recording music for a long time now.
I feel a certain serenity when I go to the studio and it's a kind of loneliness.
A comfort zone.
This song really means something to me because we all grow up with lullabies and I wanted to create one myself.
My voice in your ears…
in a press release to explain her foray into the world of digital finance.
"Tokenization" of culture
Lindsay Lohan, who isn't necessarily known for her business acumen (her Mykonos 'beach club', where she was filming a reality TV show for MTV, was shut down two years ago when the series was shut down. canceled at the end of her first season), was recently interviewed by the very serious magazine
, in which she declares all her love for cryptocurrencies, which she believes represent the future.
“It's only a matter of time before everyone in Hollywood and beyond gets involved.
Maybe we'll see the tokenization of movies, and how artists are paid for their movies, music, and art.
I see a future where crypto, NFTs and blockchain will be the norm, rather than the exception, ”she explained.
An analysis that defends itself in particular because of the small amounts that streaming platforms pay to artists.
As Canadian artist Pierre Lapointe revealed at the Adisq gala in 2019, “for a million listenings of my song
I hate my life
(for which I wrote the lyrics and the music) on the Spotify application, I got $ 500 ”.
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