Indiefoxx, the Twitch streamer, who was banned for the 6th time this year, has found new ways to earn money apart from ASMR and hot tub streams – with some NFT from herself.
What happened? Because of the now the sixth ban for indiefoxx, it was only recently in the headlines. This time around, Twitch seems to be serious, as they have revoked their partner and affiliate status. Her monotonous smacking into the microphone spared her gray matter, because Indiefoxx is now selling NFTs (or NFTs) from her Twitch highlights.
Indiefoxx stays banned & sells NFTs – but not as you think!
What are NFTs: “NFT” stands for Non-Fungible Token. These are digital objects or art that are recorded in a blockchain. This virtually creates a real original work of digital art. Interested parties can still simply copy them, but there is still only one real unique piece.
This is what Indiefoxx is doing now: The Twitch moderators banned Indiefoxx for the sixth time this year on June 28, 2021. So far, the streamer has not returned and has not given any information about the reasons for her banishment. So when or if she will return at all is still unclear.
Nevertheless, Indiefoxx knows how to help and tries to earn money in a new way. And yes, we know exactly what you Lümmel are thinking about right now. But no, on the contrary! Indiefoxx is now selling NFTs from their Twitch clips. And they have absolutely nothing to do with bare skin. In her announcement via Twitter, she says:
“Hi Simps! I know a lot of you have asked about Indiefoxx NFTs. All right, they’re here now! I have a partnership with Eternal (NFT sales platform) and they will help me with that.
NFTs are like digital trading cards, just like Pokémon. But mine are from your top clips on my Twitch channel. (…) All NFTs are SFW.”
We took a look at the Twitch-Clip-NFTs from Indiefoxx – purely for research. In fact, there is no pornographic or suggestive content here. All the NFTs show her walking or skateboarding.
Nobody wants an Indiefoxx NFT … right?
Whoever thought that has, unfortunately, bet on the wrong horse. A few hours ago, Indiefoxx tweeted that all of their NFTs had sold out within 30 minutes. And at prices of up to $ 400.