Mila Kunis, Gwyneth Paltrow and Zuckerberg's sister were suspected of cryptofeminism 16

Mila Kunis, Gwyneth Paltrow and Zuckerberg’s sister were suspected of cryptofeminism

Hollywood stars and influencers are cashing in on mixing hustle culture with the language of social justic

Hollywood celebrities and the sister of the founder of the Facebook founder were suspected of promoting self-serving feminism in the cryptocurrency market

Hollywood stars and influencers are cashing in on mixing hustle culture with the language of social justice. This was written by The Washington Post, which polled market participants.

As the newspaper noted, high-income women are actively cashing in on feminist sentiments by creating NFT brands. For example, according to WP, Mark Zuckerberg’s older sister, Randy Zuckerberg, in her speech at the BFF NFT brand conference convinced the participants that only six months ago she was the same as all ordinary people:

“I was skeptical, I was confused. Fast forward to now, I now have over 100 NFTs!” Zuckerberg said, comparing digital art NFTs to collecting designer bags.

In addition to Zuckerberg, the brand is also actively advertised by Hollywood stars like Mila Kunis and Gwyneth Paltrow. Despite being gender-inclusive, female-focused NFT brands still follow the logic of the cryptocurrency market, with a focus on fear of missing out, the newspaper notes.

According to crypto market participants interviewed by WP, calls to enter the NFT market exaggerate financial prospects. At the same time, lobbyists for such projects hush up the risks, maintaining a bloated market rife with fraud, The Washington Post notes. However, within the NFT project itself, the BFFs believe in the sincerity of their efforts. Project spokesperson Rakia Reynolds said the BFF aims to empower women.