Hollywood and NFTs, a Match Made in Heaven?

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Bob Coiney

April 14, 2022

There have been a lot of controversial opinions related to the emergence of NFTs and digital currencies in Hollywood. While some are more than excited about this unparalleled new opportunity, naysayers believe it is a match made in hell. Regardless of personal opinions, there is no denying the fact that the NFT wave has been massive as it offers a wide range of opportunities for the creators and the fans. 

While proper education and awareness for celebrities and artists are important for them to safely navigate this space, the future looks promising already. There are several popular celebrities global and worldwide that have already entered the NFT space, and more are joining the hype as well.

Artists and NFTs

Several major celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Matt Damon, and Eva Longoria have already entered the NFT space. While some of these NFT collections have been successful, others have failed to pique fans’ interest. However, the chance of success of an artist’s NFT is the same as the chance of success of their artwork in their preferred medium. 

Shaq, the famous NBA Hall of Famer, also raised a million dollars for his charity, Shaq Gives Back, by purchasing Creature World and Mutant Ape Yacht Club NFTs. While other celebrities, such as Brie Larson, the superhero Captain Marvel in Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, failed to impress her fans with her introduction to the NFT space. 

An important thing to remember in NFT space, like any other trade is to know the tricks before jumping in. Considering Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to integrate NFTs with popular social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram, the NFT wave is only going to get bigger in the future. 

Moreover, there are so many opportunities in the NFT space waiting for the artists to bank on. Snoop Dogg recently turned his Death Row Records into an NFT label to offer his fans exclusive opportunity to own his NFT tracks. 

The NFT wave is here to stay and with time Hollywood and NFTs will indeed turn out to be a match made in heaven.