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Oscar-Winning Actor Anthony Hopkins Asked Snoop Dogg and Jimmy Fallon About NFTs

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One of the greatest actors of all time, Sir Anthony Hopkins, said he wanted to jump on the non-fungible token bandwagon. So he asked for help from Snoop Dogg, Jimmy Fallon and Reese Witherspoon, who have some experience in this area.

The latest celebrity to join the NFT craze

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It looks like prolific actor, director and producer Anthony Hopkins is ready to ride the NFT wave by purchasing his first digital collectibles. He said he’s amazed at the artists who are embracing the space, and seeking advice from other celebrities on the matter.

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In addition, he changed his Twitter account to “AHopkins.eth”, highlighting his support for Ethereum. This shows that it got its name from the Ethereum Name Service (ENS).

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His request caught the attention of Jimmy Fallon. The broadcaster said the NFT space is full of “great artists and overall it’s a fun community.” He also admitted that he is not an expert, but is willing to speak with Hopkins on the matter.

It’s worth noting that the actor’s potential move to NFT won’t be his first interaction with the sector. Last year, the film “Zero Contact” (where he plays the main role) was released. auctioned as a non-fungible token. At that time, Rick Dugdale, director of the NFT Vuele platform, commented on the initiative:


“The future of the movie business is on the blockchain… It could be a scenario where a movie is released as an NFT before being released to theaters or home entertainment.”

Anthony Hopkins is a Welsh actor who has received numerous awards and nominations over his long career. Perhaps his most popular role was as Hannibal Lecter in the thriller The Silence of the Lambs, for which he received his first Oscar.

Seth Green’s NFT Story

Another Hollywood actor who has worked in the non-fungible token sector is Seth Green. The 48-year-old star, known for her roles in films such as The Italian Job, Robot Chicken and Holiday Monsters, has owned four NFTs from popular collections such as Bored Monkey Yacht Club, Doodles and the Mutant Monkey Yacht Club. .

However, he recently revealed that all of these digital collectibles were stolen from him. Green also urged people not to buy or sell such assets because they too could become victims.

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