Madonna has been a longtime adopter of technology, especially when it comes to music. She was among the first artists who embraced streaming services and pushed for an all-access experience that paid homage to her most popular songs, but now she’s dipping into blockchain with Bored Ape. This is just another sign of how far gaming will reach in the coming years thanks to both traditional games like Fortnite as well as blockchain projects.
Madonna is one of the most successful and influential artists of all time. She has released many albums, songs, and videos throughout her career. On October 26th, 2018, Madonna made a move into the world of blockchain by purchasing Bored Ape’s “material girl lyrics” with cryptocurrency.
Pop aristocracy Madonna is living up to her self-proclaimed ‘Material Girl’ moniker with her pricey purchase of a Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFT. The singer reportedly spent 180 ETH ($462,800) to make her Web3 debut, with the aid of Moonpay’s concierge services.
Madonna revealed her A-list purchase of Bored Ape #4988 to her 17.8 million Instagram followers in an Instagram post, writing, “I finally joined the metaverse,” and asking fans for suggestions on what to call the female-gendered ape. A single announcement post, like many Blue Chip NFT purchases, isn’t the end of its social media parading, as the Michigan star has subsequently published it as her PFP on Twitter.
The cigarette in the cartoon ape’s mouth had been edited off, and the picture’s background color had been altered from orange to blue for unclear reasons, thus the image Madonna published on Instagram didn’t precisely match up with the genuine NFT she had bought.
Madonna joins a long line of music industry superstars in the exclusive club of the Bored Apes, including Justin Bieber and Eminem.
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