Hip-Hop Star Snoop Dogg Says Bitcoin ‘Here to Stay’— Lauds NFTs for Creating Direct Connection Between Artists and Fans

Hip-hop artist and pioneering businessman Snoop Dogg said he believes in bitcoin, the technology (blockchain) behind the cryptographic asset and the global communication it creates. Celebrity adds that while he’s not too excited about the value of the piece, he knows it will be here for a while.

Non-pandemic madness

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Brodus Jr, also talks about the potential of the technology and explains why the popularity of BTC should not be seen as a passing fad. He said:

The future is unfolding before our eyes. I don’t see this as a quirk of the pandemic, the pandemic has just turned on the gas pedal.

When asked if he would ever become Snoopcoin, the hip-hop artist told the interviewer: You’re absolutely right.

Preparation of accommodation for NFT

Snoop Dogg also talked about non-disruptive tokens (NFT) and how they will be the next big thing. According to Snoop Dogg, NFT allows him to connect directly with his fans and community. The hip-hop star has been added to his record for NFT:

Other than if you buy one of my records or download my song, I cannot contact you. You got it? With the NFT, I can. I plan to continue working with the fans who buy these works.

He adds that at NFT, there are no longer any platforms or middlemen filtering my message. Instead, fans will be able to own the original and the artist’s limited edition.

Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg confirmed the launch of his NTF (Journey with a Dog) in an interview on Crypto.com. NFT consists of a speaking portrait of Young Snoop, an original song titled NFT, a diamond cul-de-sac, a pair of Snoop dog coins and a few other coins.

Snoop Dogg is no stranger to digital Bitcoin (BTC), as the rap phenomenon was one of the first hip-hop artists to use BTC for his album. Bitcoin.com’s news editors even reported on a number of rap stars who may be crypto millionaires. Snoop Dogg sold copies of his album for 0.3 BTC in 2013 and has stated that his next album will be delivered in Bitcoin n’ drone.

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