Lindsay Lohan will issue "experiential nonfungible tokens (NFTs)" on the Superfandom platform.
The Hollywood star will also act as an advisor to the platform to help it attract more artists and entertainment figures.
"Experiential NFTs" give fans the opportunity to interact with their favorite entertainers in real life by meeting them virtually or in person. In the case of celebrity chefs, for example, they could even cook a meal for a fan.
Other stars offering NFTs on the platform include Home Improvement star Richard Karn, movie stars Jake Busey (Starship Troopers) and Riya Sen (30 Minutes) and Hunava Mere singer Jubin Nautiyal.
Superfandom is a subsidiary of Rare Sense, which is backed by Stacks developer tools company Hiro. Stacks is a layer-one open-source blockchain that settles transactions on Bitcoin.
Chief strategy officer Sophia Pervez told Cointelegraph, “These aren’t your typical CryptoPunk or Bored Ape type of art NFT.”
“Experiential NFTs are more suitable for creators because digital art [NFTs are great] if you’re an artist, but what if you’re a chef or an actor?”
Karn, a 1990s TV star, is offering fans NFTs that enable them to be his golfing buddy for a day or to have the actor appear alongside them in a video.
Experiences with other stars so far include a gym session, acting coaching or just hanging out.
Pervez indicated that the platform would go live within the next two weeks, enabling fans to begin buying experiential NFTs.
Since a fan will not be eligible to repeat most experiences, Pervez said “getting a secondary market out for us is a big priority.” This will enable experiential NFTs to be re-sold and experienced by a new owner.
This will continue Lohan’s long foray into the NFT space. She has already released a music single as an NFT and sold a Daft Punk-themed NFT on Rarible.
There is no confirmation yet as to what experiences Lohan will offer on the platform.