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‘Crazy Frog’ Twitter Account Reports Getting Death Threats Over Upcoming NFT

Administrator twitter The account of “Crazy Frog”, a wild-eyed CGI animated creature whose song “Axel F” was talked about in 2005, threatens to kill a plan to provide a non-alternative token (NFT) for cartoon music. It states that it received.

“Thanks for all legitimate criticisms of NFTs, but sending murder threats and other annoyances to our emails is neither cool nor productive,” Crazy Frog’s Twitter account said on December 13. I am writing in the tweet thread of the day.

Account managers write that they are just “social media guys”, not Erik Wernquist, the creator of Crazy Frog.

“We are just as crazy frog fans as you are,” said the Twitter account.

As a result, you have no control over the decisions that provide NFTs or other business decisions. They also said they weren’t pressured to approve their business ideas and weren’t pressured to support them.

“Everyone has a say on brand issues, but senior management has decided to move on with the project,” the thread continued. “Not all of us agree and we may express dissatisfaction with promoting it. It is permissible to do so and we speak only from our own personal judgment. It is. “

The Twitter account for the animated creature “Crazy Frog” in the mid-2000s states that it was threatened with murder against a plan to provide a non-fungible token (NFT) for the music of the creature. This photo is a crazy frog plush toy.
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On December 23, Crazy Frog will release a music track available as an NFT on the Metabeats network. Metabeats describes itself as an “NFT Marketplace and Digital Reality Platform”.

NFTs use cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology to sell a variety of assets online, such as concert tickets and artwork. Assets are not exchangeable. The seller or artist can create a digital file of the asset connected to the personal private key. The key proves ownership of the individual’s NFT and allows the owner to access the NFT through a specific app or website such as Metabeats.

But people Criticized NFT as a “scam” Especially in the case of “invisible” sculpture NFTs Recently sold for over $ 18,000..

NFT assets are online entities and often have no physical real-world objects associated with NFTs. Therefore, NFT replicas can be digitally shared and accessed by those who did not purchase them. Critics say that the large amount of computation required to encode and trade NFTs on the blockchain contributes to climate change.French artist Joanie Remercier said Wired. The sale of his first six NFTs consumed the same amount of electricity that his studio consumed over the two years.

Other web users can listen to Crazy Frog’s NFT music for free on YouTube and Spotify. As a result, Crazy Frog critics wondered why everyone buys NFTs and accused Crazy Frog of investing in the online epidemic.

Some NFT supporters We welcomed them as breakthrough innovations In the rapidly evolving digital art market.

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