The actress and entrepreneur is making mega bucks with NFTs and is letting her fans in on how they can too.
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The future is looking bright for former child star Lindsay Lohan and her career options.
Last month it was announced that the iconic Mean Girls actress would be making her movie comeback in a Netflix Christmas special.
The 34-year-old star will play the lead role of a 'spoiled hotel heiress' in a festive rom-com due to be available to stream in 2022.
However, the savvy businesswoman is also generating income through avenues other than acting.
In an exclusive chat with Interview magazine, Lindsay revealed how she has recently made $85,000 by selling her latest single as an NFT.
Alongside appearing in a brand new photoshoot for the American publication, the Freaky Friday star revealed her tips and tricks for getting filthy rich in the new form of art.
"I believe that what makes a great NFT is creating something that tells a story through a new medium," she told the magazine.
"By using technology, I can now elevate my life stories and tell them in ways that are more authentic to me. "
NFT is the intriguing and revolutionary acronym that has become the latest craze in the art world.
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NFT simply stands for non-fungible token. In economics, a fungible asset is something with units that can be readily interchanged – like money.
The new fad hit the headlines when Mike Winkelmann, a little-known digital artist who goes by the name of Beeple, sold a JPG of his work at a Christie’s auction for a whopping $69.3 million.
Since then, celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Paris Hilton and Kate Moss have joined Lindsay in hopping on-board the NFT bandwagon.
In her article, the entrepreneur revealed that she may begin to mint her own work in the future.
The Mean Girls actress is set to make her acting comeback in a new Netflix rom-com.
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"Currently, I’m working with the right platforms to mint my works so that I can focus on creating my NFTs. Maybe in the future I might mint my own, but for now I’m happy doing it this way," The Parent Trap actress explained.
"Ideally, you can search a marketplace such as Rarible, which allows creators to have open access to launch their piece of art."
The key to making the big bucks with NFTs though? Lindsay claims it's all down to the people you know.
She concluded her guide saying: "Build a community. Once you have one, you will have selling power, and then you can use what you make to empower other smaller artists, thereby keeping the cycle going. Got it? Good luck."
The art world isn't the only industry outside of acting Lindsay has dipped her toe into over the years.
Since she rose to fame as a talented teen screen queen, the Just My Luck star has dabbled in the music world, releasing platinum-certified albums, released her own clothing range and most recently, opened a chain of nightclubs and resorts across Greece.
You can read Lindsay's full guide to NFTs here.