Paul Stanley Clarifies Their Plans To Create KISS Coins

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During a recent interview with SiriusXM’s Jim Norton and Sam Roberts, KISS frontman Paul Stanley shared his ideas about coins and non-fungible tokens and revealed the band’s plans for creating their own cryptocurrency and NFT in the near future.

NFT stands for non-fungible tokens and can be described as digital assets which are the representations of real-world objects like art, music, and videos. NFTs and investment of all kinds of cryptocurrency became very popular, especially during the pandemic so many celebrities both produced and invested in both non-fungible tokens and coins.

Megadeth, Avenged Sevenfold, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, and Slipknot’s percussionist Shawn Crahan released various NFT collections and their fans showed great interest in their works. KISS bassist Gene Simmons is widely known for his investments in bitcoin and Ethereum who has been sharing his experiences with his fans on social media.

In his recent interview, the host asked Paul Stanley about KISS’ future plans on NFTs and cyrptocurrency considering his bandmate’s enthusiasm and investments. In his response, Stanley shared his ideas and KISS’ plans for producing digital assets such as KISS coins and NFTs in the future. He stated that there were already too many coins but he described NFTs as being the owner of an experience and a place to create new things. He mentioned that tokens were more unique and important according to him while admitting he was open to the idea of KISS selling NFTs in the near future.

Paul Stanley said in the interview that:

“Well, we certainly are on the edge of the diving board into NFTs. That’s obviously a natural, and we’re flexing our muscles just before we dive in. But that’s in the foreseeable future.

There’s so much cryptocurrency out there. NFT is almost an experience and possessing an experience. But cryptocurrency — there’s enough out there. And clearly, there are a few that are much more important and seem to dictate the direction of crypto. So I don’t know we can be better at that than they are.”

You can watch the interview below.