Anna Sorokin wants to make a change. She is going to sell.

Sorokin was a socialite scam artist who fleeced wealthy individuals out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Anna Delvey pretended to be a rich German heiress who couldn't access her fortune while abroad. She was sentenced to up to 12 years in prison for her scheme to fall apart. Sorokin was released from prison in April and is fighting deportation.

Sorokin was catapulted to new levels of fame after the release of the series called "Innovateing Anna". Sorokin is still working to earn her accomplishments. She is trying to change how people view her.

In an interview with NBC News, Sorokin said she would like to change her name. How is she going to accomplish that? She launched her own line of NFTs.

NFTs are digital assets that can be linked to a piece of online media content.

The space is rife with scam artists. When a developer abandons their project and runs away with everyone's money, it's called a rug pull. Art theft can be helped by NFTs, where artists find that their work is stolen and sold without their permission. Legitimate NFTs, sold by the original artist, aren't safe from scam, with hackers often targeting holders of highly valued NFTs, which they then steal and resell on the aftermarket. An employee of Open Sea was arrested for trading on inside information.

In an interview with NBC News, Sorokin said he was trying to move away from the persona of a scam artist.

It wouldn't be the first route to go if one wanted to shed their "scammer" persona.

According to NBC News, Sorokin's collection is called "Reinventing Anna." NBC is reporting that the holder of a Reinventing Anna NFT will have access to one-on-one phone calls with Sorokin. Three "ultra Platinum" NFTs will come with an in-person meeting with Sorokin. NFT holders will get a package with personal items from the notorious scam artist.

She may have to work harder to get rid of the label.

While Sorokin was in prison, he put on an art show in New York with the help of some artists. Julia Morrison is one of the artists who helped put together the exhibit. Morrison uses NFTs as his medium of choice.

"Have fun staying poor" is one of the most popular slogans in the NFT space. Even if Sorokin's NFT project doesn't go as planned, the space seems like a perfect fit for her.

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