The internet is full of implausible anecdotes about the actor and his impromptu appearances that help shape his legend. “Everything he touches, we can expect it to become a good story”, tried to sum up Stephen Tobolowsky, Ned in Groundhog Day. These good stories, the “Bill Murray Stories”, even have an official definition in the Urban Dictionary. Bill Murray turns 70: a look back at five films that made him a legend the dishes at a student party, Bill Murray squatting a karaoke… These stories were notably published on The Chive, an American humorous site known among other things for its hoaxes, which today joins forces with the actor to market his anecdotes .Arte tries to unravel the Bill Murray mystery in “The Fantastic Mr Murray”When John Resig, the site’s co-founder, asked the actor what he thought of all these absurd stories, he replied: “I like it and I was even present for some of them. But there are others, and even better ones.” This is how they created the Official Bill Murray NFT 1000 currency, which will unlock for its purchasers a graphic and an anecdote that Murray entrusted to The Chive for the occasion, reports The Hollywood Reporter. He will also share filming memories and more serious information about his career. Notice to all curious.