Voice actor Troy Baker has thrown his hat in the ring for NFTs, telling followers that they can “hate or you can create” when it comes to non-fungible tokens. Baker, best known for his performance as Joel in The Last of Us and its sequel, pledged his support to Voiceverse NFT, a company producing “the world’s first VoiceNFTs.”
Troy Baker pledges support to NFTs via Voiceverse NFT
Baker’s support of the company was made in a tweet, where he claimed that his partnership with Voiceverse will allow them to “explore ways where together we might bring new tools to new creators to make new things.”
The tweet has since been widely criticized. “Troy Baker getting into NFTs was not on my 2022 bingo sheet,” one user wrote. “Tonight on “Shit You Didn’t Expect To Happen In 2022”, Troy Baker invests in a Ponzi scheme, adding himself to the list of celebrities ignoring the VERY CLEAR BACKLASH against NFTs,” another added.
I’m partnering with @VoiceverseNFT to explore ways where together we might bring new tools to new creators to make new things, and allow everyone a chance to own & invest in the IP’s they create.
We all have a story to tell.
You can hate.
Or you can create.
What’ll it be? pic.twitter.com/cfDGi4q0AZ
— Troy Baker (@TroyBakerVA) January 14, 2022
After Troy Baker’s announcement, Voiceverse NFT started its own thread explaining the purpose of the company along with addressing some of the criticisms leveled against it. According to the…