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Hollywood celebrities who made a lot of money after jumping on

Ever since NFTs have become more mainstream, Hollywood celebrities have jumped on the bandwagon and are reaping serious rewards. They’ve tokenized everything from music to artwork using NFTs. Digital certificates (NFTs) have come a long way since NFTs were first sold in 2014. And in 2021, after its popularity exploded, everyone from rappers to models to actors are selling NFTs. Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are digital valuables that have been confirmed using blockchain technology. Here are some of the biggest names who have joined the hype and profited from it too.

Shawn Mendes

Canadian singer Shawn Mendes has teamed up with avatar tech company Genies to launch an NFT based on his latest album, “Wonder” on OpenSea, an NFT marketplace. The musician showcased digital wearables including a guitar, vest, signed t-shirt, and more. Currently, the overall sales volume is close to 10 million dollars

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan of “Mean Girls” in September 2021 posted “fursona,” an NFT of her furry pal. Lohan previously released a new NFT of her song “Lullaby,” which sold for $85,484.09. According to recent developments, Lohan will join a number of other celebrities in selling experiential NFTs.


In April 2021, Eminem launched his first set of NFTs on Nifty Gateway. The total amount raised was $1.8 million. Digital figurines, characters from Eminem’s videos and original instrumental tracks, as well as rare physical goods were among the exhibits.

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton launched her own NFTs in collaboration with designer Blake Kathryn. “Hummingbird in my metaverse” and “Legend of love” both had 11 editions available for purchase, while the NFT “Iconic Crypto Queen” only had one edition available, which sold for over ‘a million.

Emily Ratajkowski

“Buying Myself Back: A Model for Redistribution” is the title of this famous model’s NFT. Ratajkowski took control of her own image after artist Richard Prince put the model’s image on canvas, which she bought from Prince for $81,000. She then had her picture taken in front of the canvas, which is the digital image file and was sold for $140,000 as an NFT.