Randi Zuckerberg released a new music video for her song WAGMI lately. In less than two days, the video has already garnered 484k views. However, if you attempt to locate a favorable remark in the Twitter thread, you’re in for a long night. The video has elicited such a strong reaction that it is almost hard to watch. I would readily acknowledge that I am not Elvis Presley, but the people have spoken.
Randi wants an engaging method for teaching cryptography to beginners. She expressed worry that some individuals would be frightened by the crypto language and wanted to provide a way to alleviate their fears. This two-minute music video introduces the terms WAGMI, HODL, and ATH, among others. P.S. I’m still on the lookout for a decent Twitter reaction to the WAGMI song.
Randi is not the first artist to release a music video. She posted a DeFi-based parody of Adele’s “Hello” in a 140-second video on Twitter. In contrast to the WAGMI song, this video received a far more positive response. One thing is certain: her excitement for the crypto realm is undeniable.
Randi Jayne Zuckerberg was born on February 28, 1982, in the United States. She was formerly the company’s director of market development and spokesperson. She formerly served as a panelist on Fox’s Forbes. She is the founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, the EIC of Dot Complicated, a digital lifestyle website, and the creator of Dot., an animated television show about a young girl (the eponymous Dot) who uses technology to better both her academic and recreational experiences.
Randi is now quite engaged in the blockchain area, having worked on a variety of Web3 initiatives like Boss Beauties and Women Rise NFT. Additionally, she is the co-founder of HUG, an organization dedicated to boosting women-led enterprises.