On Thursday (February 11), or one day before Chinese New Year’s Day, marketing genius Justin Sun, Co-Founder and CEO of TRON Foundation, said to American actress on Twitter that he might send her “something”.
Then, later that day, she said that Bitcoin is the future in a tweet that also promoted a non-fungible token (NFT) artwork (sold for 33 WETH yesterday) on popular NFT marketplace Rarible, which happens to be powered by Ethereum.
The artwork in question is named “Lindsay ‘Lightning’ Lohan”. In the Rarible listing page for this item, Lohan says:
“I believe in a world which is financially decentralized and the power of dreams to be the core lightning network of humans. Here is my first Digital Collectible from which I shall donate to charities that accept Bitcoin to empower younger generations in order for them to adapt and learn about this revolution that humanity is witnessing.“