Snoop Dogg has said he wants his own crypto-currency to be released in the future, promoter Dogge (DOGE). Snoop Dogg.
Snoop said his recent non-fungible token or NFT, which was released in a Vanity Fair interview on Friday, will probably not be his only contribution to the crypto space. Crypto.com. The rapist said that journalist Nich Bilton, quoting his parallels with his own professional name, “is wrong” one day when he predicted Snoopcoin or Doggcoin.
“Is d-o-g like d-o-g-e?” Snoop asked.
The entertainment icon has its own NFT version through Crypto.com. The offer is not a real cryptocurrency, but it’s a tacit version of the artworks with “Snoop Dogge coins.” On one side, the NFTs have a picture of a dog and a record of Snoop who says that it is “all about the coins of the snoop dog,” dog. Users purchased approximately 3,000 NFT editions at the time of publication.
Snoop was one of the prominent figures promoting DOGE through the support and pro-crypt statements on social networks together with the billionaire Elon Musk and Kiss’ Gene Simmons. These mentions may have contributed to a price of $0.08 in February, which has since decreased to $0.06.
But Snoop’s on Bitcoin (BTC) also appear to be bullish. He said that he saw no money as a fad when the pandemic was over. He was told that Vanity Fair.
“I trust [Bitcoin],” Snoop said. “I think of technology, and I believe that it creates a global connection. I don’t get too stuck in the coin value because I was around long enough to see things go up and down, and I know it’s here to stay.” I know.
When published, the price of BTC is $57,910, which decreased 1.5% in the last 24 hours.