Thursday, December 2, 2021 12:00 PM (GMT+7)
After the engagement, actress Lindsay Lohan suddenly bought an NFT horse worth 80,000 USD (about 1.8 billion VND) on the world’s largest exchange Binance.
On November 28, on her personal page, Lindsay Lohan posted a series of emotional moments with her boyfriend Bader Shammas and wrote: “My love. My life. My family. My future”. The singer wears a diamond ring on her little finger and attaches the name of her boyfriend’s Instagram account.
Also on Twitter, the Hollywood star confirmed her engagement to boyfriend Bader Shammas after two years of secret dating. The engagement ring was later identified as belonging to Harry Winston, estimated to be worth $250,000.
But not stopping there, Lindsay Lohan then suddenly bragged on Twitter about having just bought an NFT horse worth $80,000 (about 1.8 billion dong) on the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance. According to research, this NFT horse is a unique item in the metaverse called Oly Sport, with high rarity, so it has been sold for ten times more expensive than a real horse.
Lindsay Lohan and her boyfriend were first spotted together at the 2020 music festival, before the outbreak. Bader Shammas has been living in Dubai, where Lohan has been for the past seven years, from 2014. He graduated in Mechanical Engineering, University of South Florida in 2010 and Financial Science, University of Tampa in 2012. He is currently an assistant Executive Vice President of Global Investment Bank Credit Suisse.
Lindsay Lohan, 35 years old, joined the entertainment industry at the age of three. She made millions of dollars with film projects from her teens. As an adult, Lohan was already a cult Hollywood star.
Meanwhile, Oly Sport, which publishes the NFT horse that Lindsay Lohan bought, is a virtual horse racing metaverse project that has recently launched into the community. Oly Sport is the next startup project of Jimmy Chan, an award-winning young entrepreneur with the first startup operating in Toronto, Canada.
That information was once again confirmed by the relevant authorities at the regular Government press conference in February 2021.