Bitcoin Daily: Lindsay Lohan To Sell NFTs On Tron; Oakland Athletics Nears Sale Of Luxury $64,000 Suite For One Bitcoin

Bitcoin Daily: Lindsay Lohan To Sell NFTs On Tron

Actress Lindsay Lohan is teaming with Tron to begin releasing non-fungible tokens (NFTs), a CoinDesk reported. The star is planning to release her digital collectibles on Saturday (March 20).

That sale will be happening via a new NFT clearinghouse hosted on Tron, which also works to promote the involvement of Swae Lee, Tyga, Ne-Yo, Soulja Boy and more, the report stated.

It’s not exactly clear what Lohan’s NFTs will be, although an earlier work featured bitcoin imagery, according to the report.

In other news, the Oakland Athletics baseball team plans to sell its first luxury suite using bitcoin, according to CNBC.

President David Kaval said the team would “probably have a transaction [Thursday] or [Friday] to see the first one go,” CNBC reported.

The A’s made 10 suites available for purchase this week with bitcoin, with consumers having the ability to pay one Bitcoin for a luxury suite for the 2021 season. The suites usually run around $64,000 for the year.

Meanwhile, crypto infrastructure provider Fireblocks has raised $133 million in a Series C round, according to a company blog post. The company has now raised a total of $179 million to date.

Fireblocks said in the post that it will use the new funding “to remain an independent technology partner to top-tier financial institutions to support their transformation and service the market horizontally; with our new funding secured, we’re confident that we’ll be able to do so for years to come.”

Lastly, Bottlepay, a new payments app, has rolled out new features to let users send and receive bitcoin on Twitter, reported.

The company is planning to roll out the feature in the next few months, the report stated. It will let users also spend money through Reddit, Discord, Instagram, Twitch, Telegram and Mastodon.

A Bottlepay user can tweet for the feature to send a specific amount of money to another user’s account, according to the report.