Non Fungible Tokens are rising in popularity each passing day. With many digital arts (NFTs) worth millions of dollars, the new hype doesn’t seem to cool down anytime soon.
Many celebrities and influencers have also gotten involved in the mania by either buying or selling their own Non-Fungible Tokens. Influencers like Logan Paul and Jake Paul are rooting for the NFT industry.
Recently, twitch streamer Destiny criticized NFTs and said that they are fuc*ing sh*t and only scammers promote them. However, just a week after his statement, the streamer was seen promoting an NFT firm on his Twitch stream.
Why Did He Reject The Offer?
But for Mizkif, promoting NFTs is never an option. He is one of the most popular and successful Twitch streamers on the planet and has recently revealed that he declined a massive sponsorship bag.
Mizkif was offered $300,000 for a tiny sponsorship segment in his stream from an NFT company whose name wasn’t disclosed. But Mizkif felt that he would get a lot of hate if he does the ad and hence, denied it totally.
“I actually turned down an NFT sponsor recently for $300k. I turned down a $300k sponsor. Do you want to know why? Because I didn’t want to get hate on LivestreamFails,” said the streamer.
The streamer has previously lashed out on websites that were selling Twitch clips as NFT without the permission from the actual owners. Given his past record with the world of non-fungible tokens, it is always better that he stays out from advertising NFTs on his stream.
At the same time, not everything is sunshine and rainboes in the NFT world. Logan Paul has been accused of scamming CryptoZoo owners by forging images for his exclusive NFT arts.
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