10 Celebrities Who Launched Their Own NFT Collection


Many celebrities have launched their own NFT collections, including Lindsay Lohan, Mark Cuban, and David Benioff, and DB Weiss. They're not alone: ​​Chrissy Teigen also has her own line of NFTs and Tyga has opened up his own virtual reality store on Amazon. But why do some stars launch their own lines? What makes them different from other brands that dabble in luxury goods? And how can you start your own collection if you want to become an entrepreneur like them?

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has been a big fan of blockchain for a long time, and she has even launched her own NFT collection with Dapper Labs. Her love for technology goes back to when she first learned about it in 2016. She was inspired by CryptoKitties, which uses blockchain technology to buy and sell virtual cats on an online marketplace called Ethereum blocks. She also believes that fashion can be transformed by blockchain technology: "With NFTs, you're actually able to see what people are wearing on social media platforms like Instagram or Twitter," she told Business Insider in 2017. "It's really easy for everyone to access this information."

mark cuban

Mark Cuban is a billionaire who owns the Dallas Mavericks. He also owns a stake in the NBA's streaming service, and he's planning to release an NFT collection of his favorite players from the team.

NFTs are a new way for him to promote both his team and his streaming service, which will be called "Mavericks Pass."

Dapper Labs

Dapper Labs is a Canadian company that makes CryptoKitties. It has raised $15 million in funding and offices in Canada and the US.

CryptoKitties is a game that lets users buy and sell digital cats. It uses blockchain technology, which means that all transactions are recorded on a public ledger. The company raised $12 million in December 2017. The company has seen success since its launch in late 2017, with millions of players worldwide spending millions of dollars buying and selling their digital cats.

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg is the first celebrity to launch his own NFT collection. The collection, which is called “Hemp and CBD”, was created in partnership with the NFT platform and is available for purchase on both platforms.

The collection includes four exclusive items: a t-shirt, a hoodie, a baseball cap, and a snapback hat. The items feature an image of Snoop Dogg smoking from his personal cannabis vaporizer.

David Benioff and DB Weiss

David Benioff and DB Weiss are the creators of Game of Thrones, one of the most popular series on television today. They have recently launched an NFT collection called Game of Thrones: The Collection which is available on the Dapper Labs platform.

The collection consists of over 100 different collectibles that can be traded on the blockchain using their native token, known as “Daps” (which stands for Dragon Coin). Each item in this set has been handcrafted with care by artists who worked on each episode or scene from Seasons 8 – 13 in order to bring you something truly special!

Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen is a model, TV personality, and entrepreneur who launched her own NFT collection called "Chrissy Teigen x NFT." The line includes a variety of clothing items like shirts, dresses and more. The first item in the collection was an all-black zip-up that looks like it could be worn by any celebrity or regular person—and it even comes with a code for unlocking an exclusive outfit from Star Wars: The Last Jedi!

The second piece in this line is also very cool: It's an enamel pin designed by artist Pei Reeves that features an image from one of her Instagram posts (see below).


Tyga is a rapper, singer, and songwriter. He's known for his singles like “Rack City” and “Faded.”

In 2017, he launched his own NFT collection with Dapper Labs called Tazikis: The Chain Restaurant Collection. This collection includes several small NFTs featuring different chain restaurant logos such as El Pollo Loco, Applebee's, and McDonald's (which you can find on the website).

The NFTs are all based on the same design: They're a logo in front of a background that features a chain restaurant. The designs are very simple, but they're also unique because they each feature different logos.

Hannah Stocking

If you're familiar with the popular YouTuber Hannah Stocking, then you probably know that she started a collection of NFTs called the “Hannah Stocking Collection” to raise funds for charity. The NFTs were launched on WAX, which allows users to buy and sell virtual items using blockchain technology.

The first edition of this fundraiser sold out in under 24 hours and raised over $60,000 USD for charity!

Kevin Jonas

Kevin Jonas is a singer, songwriter, and actor who is best known as a member of the Jonas Brothers. He has launched his own NFT collection called Kevin Jonas.

The collection features NFTs inspired by Kevin's fan-favorite songs. The first three pieces in this series are available on Steam, where they sell for $0.99 each, or you can purchase them all together for $2.99—a great deal considering how many items there are!

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have launched a new NFT collection called "KWAN," which stands for "Kimye." The collection includes a variety of items including clothing, accessories, and home decor.

The new NFT series is available on the Kimye website or through Amazon Prime Video.


We're excited to see what these celebrities have in store for us! What other celebrities do you think should launch their own NFT collection?

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