A complete list of celebrities who embrace, own and sell NFT


  • Which celebrities have NFT? Paris Hilton Jack Dorsey Justin Bieber Lionel Messi Snoop Dogg Lindsay Lohan Ellen DeGeneres
  • Paris Hilton
  • Jack Dorsey
  • Justin Bieber
  • Lionel Messi
  • Snoopy dog
  • Lindsay Lohan
  • Ellen DeGeneres
  • Conclusion

The NFT space is still booming, which has led many celebrities to embrace and even enter the industry. NFT transaction volume exceeded $10 billion in the third quarter of 2021, a seven-fold increase over the previous quarter. While popular hits such as NBA Top Shot, CryptoPunks and gaming platform Axie Infinity account for a large portion of the action, NFT use cases are growing rapidly as creators understand the potential of NFT.

Celebrities interested in profiting from the emerging cryptocurrency scene have limited options in the near future. They are mainly limited to promoting an Initial Token Offering (ICO) or investing their funds in a promising company. However, thanks to NFT, they can now leverage their celebrity status by creating highly sought-after digital treasures, including artwork, CDs, trading cards, and merchandise. These tokenized collectibles can then be traded between enthusiasts and investors on the public market.

Which celebrities have NFT? Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton NFT

At the suggestion of tech entrepreneur Kim Internet, Paris Hilton tweeted a few months ago that she was "eager to release [her] first NFT." Hilton released her NFT last year. The socialite auctioned off her pet on the NFT site Cryptograph in August 2020 paintings on the NFT site Cryptograph in August 2020. She donated 40 ETH of the sale proceeds to charity.

Jack Dorsey

On March 21, 2006, Twitter creator Jack Dorsey said in his first tweet (and first tweet ever), "Just setting up my twttr." Dorsey minted the NFT for that post almost exactly 15 years later, and for a rather substantial sale price. The final sale price was $2.5 million. This was Bridge Oracle CEO Sina Estavi's bid for the NFT Market Valuables.

Justin Bieber

If you're one of the millions of people who follow Justin Bieber on Instagram, then you've no doubt seen his NFT collection, especially in Betweeners; where Bieber expresses his love for the various colorful images of Bear City. Other celebrities, including Tom Holland and Snoop Dogg, have raved about the recently released collection of 10,777 photos created by artist Gianpiero in Betweeners.

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi NFT

Lionel Messi debuted his NFT collection in August 2021. The collection includes "The Man from the Future", "Heavyweight" and "King of Glory", designed by artist BossLogic and depicting key moments in the footballer's career. NFT Sales of NFT soared to $3.4 million on the first day of release, underscoring his popularity.

Snoopy dog

Snoop Dogg enters the NFT realm by showcasing his "A Journey with the Dogg" series. The album is expected to take listeners on a journey through the rapper's life and fondest memories, with quotes and photos. It also includes an original track called "NFT" and "Snoop Dogge Coins," a cryptocurrency inspired by doggy coins. "Over the years, I've seen the game evolve from analog to digital, and I'm always happy when technology allows fans to connect with the creators," the artist said of the release.

Lindsay Lohan

Another 2000s pop icon, Lindsay Lohan, praised NFT for allowing creators to assert greater copyright over their creations and released her first song, "Lullaby," within a year. The electronic music featuring Lohan's animation and butterflies, along with accompanying graphics including the animated Lohan and butterflies, was auctioned for more than $85,000 on FansForever. Lohan also sold the now-defunct EDM group Daft Punk's NFT for $15,000. According to Lohan, the deal is "history in the making," and she believes cryptocurrency, NFT and blockchain will become the norm for the future of entertainment.

Ellen DeGeneres

Another newcomer to the digital world, Ellen DeGeneres, joined the NFT gold rush in late April with her first sale. As her first NFT, DeGeneres decided to auction off her Ellen Show explanation of NFT, as well as a physically drawn image of a cat shown in the clip. The talk show host earned $33,495 from the 24-hour event, which she donated to World Central Kitchen, a food assistance charity founded by chef José Andrés.


It's only natural to wonder where we're going next. Will the NFT bubble burst? If it does, fans and investors will get a lot of digital collectibles. Or will we see more creative ways of using NFT to provide fans with all sorts of cool stuff?