Snoop Dogg’s Son Reveals Love For Cardano, Upcoming NFT Release

Snoop Dogg’s son Champ Medici revealed that he is a die-hard supporter of the whole Cardano community and teased upcoming music content

Snoop Dogg's Son Reveals Love For Cardano, Upcoming NFT Release
Snoop Dogg’s Son Reveals Love For Cardano, Upcoming NFT Release

Snoop Dogg’s Son Supports Cardano, Reveals NFT Release

Champ Medici, a crypto investor, and NFT artist have stated his support for the Cardano ecosystem and its founder, Charles Hoskinson while hinting at impending Cardano music material. As a result of the impending release, Champ Medici may gain a larger presence on the Cardano network.

— Champ Medici (@champmedici) May 31, 2022

In April, Snoop Dogg, alias Cozomo Medici, and his son, Champ Medici, announced their official partnership with Cardano-based NFT project Clay Nation, offering iconic clay animations, land pitches, and unlocking music content to the cryptocurrency.

On the Cardano network, almost five million NFTs have been created. According to the pool.pm data, the number of native assets issued on the Cardano blockchain is presently 5,030,192, with 54,897 different minting rules.

Cardano Network Sees Over 5 Million NFTs Minted

The expansion of the Cardano network is linked to a rise in the number of minted non-fungible art and projects. Cardano is the sixth-largest cryptocurrency, according to CoinMarketCap, having a market cap of $22.29 billion at the time of writing.

Charles Hoskinson Relationship With Dogg

According to a report by Coinscreed, Charles and Dogg joined the Clay Nation on April 5 to bring collectibles, unreleased music, pitches, and other items only available on the podcast.

Prior to the event, both parties expressed their excitement, with Charles telling the community that he has “the best job in the world.” Almost at the same time, Snoop Dogg, well-known crypto and NFT supporter, told his followers that the event will be enjoyable.

IOHK also promoted the event on Twitter by reposting Clay Nation’s post and noting the event date.