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Crazy frog embraces hate, won’t cancel NFT

So Crazy Frog is back. That’s right, the bizarre naked frog that used to dance around in the mid-2000s is back in 2021 with a new hit single and the promise of a brand new album next year. That’s according to a press release issued alongside the new single, “Tricky.”

In keeping with Crazy Frog’s MO, “Difficult“is a remix of Eurodance from Run DMC’s “It’s Tricky”. The music video was released last Thursday and has amassed 1.5 million views, your video really includes.

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Honestly, someone trying to revive a weird millennial trend really isn’t the worst thing 2021 has done to society. NFT is much worse and Crazy Frog has absolutely no remorse in jumping into the crypto race.

Crazy Frog has suffered a number of “unofficial” NFT launches, the official Crazy Frog Twitter account declared a scam. The real Crazy Frog NFT drops on December 23 on Metabeats network, which describes itself as “an NFT marketplace and digital reality platform that combines social media, online gaming, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and cryptocurrency to give allowing users to interact virtually.”

To go beyond the buzzwords, Metabeats will allow anyone to buy NFTs of music – basically music files that have been claimed to be unique because they’re linked to a number on the blockchain. There’s nothing special about the music file itself, other than that you can only listen to it on Metabeats and it has your name on it. Unless you decide to sell it, then someone else’s name will be on it. Meanwhile, people can still listen to the song on YouTube, Spotify, or whatever other streaming service you want to mention.

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As with most NFTs, you’re actually paying for the idea of ​​owning something rather than itself.

That’s why people really hate NFTs in general, but especially because maintaining this illusion of ownership requires energy – energy often comes from burning hydrocarbons that contribute to transformation. global climate.

And as with most NFT announcements, Crazy Frog has been impacted by a large amount. But unlike some, Crazy Frog is leaning in hate. “Will not cancel NFT,” promised Crazy Frog after note, he is still the most hated frog in the world even after a 15 year hiatus.

Crazy Frog’s NFT will be on Metabeats on December 23. You can pre-register your interest on Metabeats right now, as well as another NFT drop for Gummy Bear on January 1. They are not scams. , unless you consider NFTs a scam in general. Which, in a sense, are like that.


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