Famous American rapper Snoop Dogg recently revealed that he is a big supporter of Bitcoin. In an interview with the famous magazine VanityFair, Snoop Dogg explained that he is a fan of the digital asset and added that Bitcoin represents a global connection to the world, in which he has a lot of faith.
"One hundred. I believe in it one hundred percent. I believe in technology and I believe in the global connection it creates ”. He told VF. When asked if he thought Bitcoin was a temporary trend and would fade after the pandemic, he explained that Bitcoin is a futuristic asset and that the pandemic "just puts gas on fire".
“The future is unfolding right in front of us. I don't see it as a pandemic trend… ”he added.
This is why Bitcoin is not destined to go away
It seems that the rapper has already familiarized himself with the volatility of the Bitcoin market and understands that the price drops are spikes that do not embody the intrinsic value of the asset. For Snoop, prices are not critical to the credibility of the asset. The rapper explains that he is confident that Bitcoin will stand the test of time.
"I'm not too caught up in the value of the coin, because I've been around long enough to see things go up and down, and I know it's here to stay." Snoop said.
As Bitcoin continues to receive attention from the mainstream media, more and more celebrities have juxtaposed their asset name and expressing their fascination with the leading digital currency.
More recently, Paris Hilton made an official entry into the Bitcoin community. The popular socialite has joined the Bitcoin “laser eye” trend to show support for Bitcoin, as community members continue to cheer for the asset to hit $ 100.000.
Dogg is also interested in NFTs
However, for rapper Snoop Dogg, Bitcoin isn't the only technology he's fascinated with and he's just as interested in NFTs. Snoop, who is about to launch an NFT dubbed "A Journey With the Dogg" that contains a handful of parts of his original music and his "Snoop Dogge Coin," a digital currency in his name that was inspired by the DogeCoin. He says he's excited to jump on the NFT train with other top notch celebrities.
This week, as we previously reported, The Weeknd launched its first NFT, making him one of the first singers to enter the industry.
For Snoop Dogg, NFTs create an alternative means for artists to connect with their fans. Instead of consuming an artist's work through download and purchase, fans can interact with artists on a deeper level when they purchase these exclusive artworks. “When I saw that I could create original works of art, tell a story and combine it with an original track where I was everything,” he concludes.