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Lindsey Lohan Jumps Into NFT Market Auctioning Her Own Creation

The famous American actress, artist, singer and entrepreneur will auction her exclusive collectibles on the NFT auction site in Tron, joining the chorus of celebrities promoting coins and projects in the blockchain ecosystem.

Hollywood star promotes awareness and adoption of NFT at upcoming-Club meeting.

The recent boom in non-disruptive token assets (NFT) is not without the participation of both the crypto-ecosystem and celebrities willing to get in on the latest craze. Lindsay Lohan is the latest Hollywood celebrity to join the trend with an upcoming collectibles auction, after several high-profile auctions drew attention to the NFT space and its potential.

At the meeting scheduled for 20. During the March event, Lohan will auction off her exclusive NFT on the Tron network. This initiative highlights the potential of Tron, which is increasingly seen as an alternative to NFT auctions due to its lower transaction costs and better performance than events held on other networks.

To add to her excitement about working with Tron founder Justin Sun, Lohan will attend an upcoming club meeting with Sun and former T-Mobile CEO John Legere. The session will cover the launch of their artwork, provide more information about the NTF and focus on the current adoption campaign.

Crowd in Hollywood to promotecrypto

Lohan slowly crept into the NFT space after announcing her support for the crypto in a tweet on 10. February had confirmed, which was addressed to her 8.4 million Twitter followers. His four-word tweet featuring the bitcoin emoji that shot to the moon quickly caught the attention of cryptosphere and pop culture circles, contributing to the viral nature of the statement.

Not surprisingly, her tweets about Defi were heavily criticized by the community after she pointed out the advantages of Tron for Defi apps over competing networks.

Welcome to the TRON family! Show me your #TRX address. I can send you something.

– Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) February 11, 2021

Since she had so little space, the Twitter audience was quick to seize on her inexperience and note how cute she and Sun suddenly looked.

The trend of Hollywood stars promoting tokens and projects is not a new phenomenon and provides a way to monetize their celebrity cachet. The most recent interesting attempt was accompanied by a sharp rise in cryptocurrency prices, and attracted serious entertainment names like Gene Simmons, Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams and even Soulja Boy.

Club meeting with Lohan and the Sun, 18. March at 10:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time.

What do you think of the latest trend of celebrities auctioning off homemade NFTs? Let us know your comments in the section below.

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