If you thought the NFT hype was starting to lose steam, think again. Paris Hilton's NFT debut couldn't have gone smoother after her "Planet Paris" collection hauled in a whopping nine-figure bid on the marquee offering.
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"Planet Paris" dropped on Nifty Gateway over the weekend and the collection's marquee work, titled "Iconic Crypto Queen," fetched a $1.1 million winning bid.
The massive bid caught the attention of Tyler Winklevoss, CEO of Nifty Gateway's parent company Gemini, who chimed in with Hilton's signature catch-phrase, "That's hot."
Hilton's foray into the NFT world has actually been in the works for quite some time. The entrepreneur and artist remained a fly on the wall of conversations happening on Clubhouse and rapidly came to understand the technology's use cases.
Hilton recently published a written deep-dive of NFT technology on her website, wherein she explained how the space has the potential to usher in a new golden age for creators of all walks of life.