Snoop Dogg, a well-known hip-hop artist, said that he believes in bitcoin, the blockchain technology on which bitcoin operates and the global connections it creates, adding that bitcoin has come to stay.
to the Report Snoop Dogg, originally known as Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., spoke to Vanity Fair magazine about the potential of the technology and why the popularity of Bitcoin should not be considered a fleeting trend. said.
The future is right in front of us. I do not look at it as a pandemic, the pandemic only pours gasoline on the fire.
Asked if there would ever be a digital currency called Snoopcoin, he said:
At the same time, Snoop Dogg talked about NFTs and what the “next big thing” is going to be. According to Snoop Dogg, the proverbial tokens provide a direct link between him and his fans and the community. The hip-hop star added in his argument for unparalleled tokens:
Conversely, when you buy or download one of my songs, I can not communicate with you; But with NFT I can. My intention is to continue to connect with the fans who buy my work.
Snoop Dogg adds that with proverbial tokens, “there is no longer a platform or medium to filter my message,” but fans can take a genuine, limited piece from the artist himself.
Snoop Dogg, meanwhile, confirmed in an interview that he was launching a unique token called “A Journey With the Dogg” on the Crypto.com platform. This unparalleled token includes a portrait of a young Snoop speaker, an NFT masterpiece, a cigarette, some Coin Snoop Dogg, and more.
Snoop Dogg is no stranger to Bitcoin digital currency, as the rapper was one of the first hip-hop artists to accept Bitcoin for his album. Bitcoin.com has named a number of rap stars who could be digital currency millionaires. In 2013, Snoop Dogg sold copies of his album for 0.3 bitcoins, and said that his next song, “Bitcoin Can Be Purchased”, would be sent via UAV.