Snoop Dogg and Gary V have $95M in NFTs, Dolly Parton’s Dollyverse and more…

According to data from DappRadar, the NFT portfolios belonging to Iconic rapper Snoop Dogg and popular entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuck are worth a combined $95 million.

Vaynerchuck’s wallet holds the lion’s share of the value with $81.89 million at the time of writing. His holdings include multiple NFTs from top collections such as CryptoPunks (he owns a whopping 60 in total), the Bored Ape Yacht Club and World of Women.

Snoop Dogg’s is an avid NFT collector and his wallet also holds multiple CryptoPunks, Meebits and Fidenza NFTs, with his most expensive NFT CryptoPunk #3831 worth $2.57 million at current prices.

The wallets were highlighted as part of a blog post from DappRadar which compiled a list of the top 10 most valuable celebrity NFT portfolios. Other notable figures included Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian at $4.9 million, YouTuber and self-proclaimed future U.S. presidential candidate Logan Paul at $4.36 million.

Snoop Dogg’s presence on the list is no surprise, having launched various NFT projects, snapped up virtual property in the Metaverse, and he partnered with The Sandbox in late January to launch “Snoop avatars.”

Vaynerchuck is also highly active in the scene, launching his own project called “Veefriends” which has generated more than $132,000 worth of secondary sales since launch in May 2021.

Top 5 celebrity NFT portfolios as of March 1: DappRadar

More NFT pushback

Popular K-pop idol Sunmi (also known as Miyane) has received pushback from fans in relation to NFT collectibles that she and her agency the Abyss Company launched last week.

The “Sunmiya Club” project was launched on Feb. 23 and consists of 10,000 computer generated NFTs depicting various cartoon Sunmi avatars. However some of her fans slammed the artist for just wanting to make some “quick cash for her company”.

On Monday Sunmi shared a statement from Abyss Company regarding the backlash, although the firm simply reiterated its long term stance on the project and did not appear to address any of the concerns from…

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