Anthony Hopkins, the actor famous for his role as Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs, recently tweeted a photo of himself with a round-faced figurine from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed. He wrote “I own one!” and linked to what he said was his first ENS name: anthonyh4x0rthomps0n.eth
Anthony Hopkins, also known as the actor Anthony Hopkins, recently flaunted his name and interest in NFTs on Twitter.
Oscar-winning actor Anthony Hopkins has become the latest recent A-list star to showcase their interest in all things NFT on social media after recently getting a customised Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domain.
Hopkins was quick to convert his Twitter identity to his new ENS domain, which reads ‘AHopkins.eth,’ as many other NFT enthusiasts do. To make use of the crypto wallet and its assigned ENS domain name, he sent out a tweet to celebrities like Snoop Dogg, Jimmy Fallon, and Reese Witherspoon, asking for guidance on how to pick a project from all the “amazing NFT artists” available.
As you’d expect from an A-list celebrity interested in Web3, the tweet drew hundreds of responses, with some just expressing delight that another high-profile artist is studying the field, while others criticized the actor for his interest in NFTs. As usual, the tweet elicited a slew of shilling-related responses.
Hopkins is an early user of Web3 innovation, since he featured in a film called ‘Zero Contact,’ which was released through NFTs on Web3 cinema platform Vuele last year, despite his lack of insight about which NFT may catch his interest.
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