Sorry, so LimeWire is now a dump for NFT celebrities?


I fondly remember walking by my childhood friend’s house and seeing her use LimeWire to download thousands of pirated files (and viruses) to her family’s computer. It was a simpler time when we didn’t have to worry about work because we were 12. Soulja Boys Crank Who infiltrated our Midwest school dances and we love to learn choreography. And with this amazing service, you can listen to the music you want for free. I love the Internet, I thought to myself.

Read as an adult in 2022 [insert bygone brand name] is back! It’s a Dangerous Game Ads these days often contain a bunch of phrases that don’t make sense to the average person, as brands like RadioShack, Blockbuster, and others try to make a comeback by surfing the wave of cryptocurrencies and NFT hype. And today it is my solemn duty to announce that LimeWire is back as a place where celebrities and musicians can sell their NFTs.

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Web3 LimeWire is not affiliated with original LimeWire. The company’s new founders bought the website domain from a former employee, and Mark Gorton, the CEO of the file-sharing version of LimeWire, told Torrent Freak in March that he wasn’t even aware of the new ones. plans for the name and is not thrilled. LimeWires’ decision isn’t unique either – other music services like Napster have also migrated to Web3 in an effort to reinvent their brands before they’re forgotten.

Despite the nuance of the fact that LimeWire is indeed back, the new company wasted no time in capitalizing on the notoriety and nostalgia of its previous version. The new company’s social channels have accelerated the relaunch and today the company announced that celebrities such as Travis Barker, Brandy and Dillon Francis will be releasing the NFT collections via LimeWire.

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And to close the circle in the least surprising way, LimeWire says 10,000 Soulja Boy NFTs will drop tomorrow if you feel like spending real money on a sleazy new business.

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