At ‘The Tonight Show,’ the pop-culture diva, Hilton presented everyone in the audience with an NFT from her upcoming Super Plastic line.
Paris Hilton, the original influencer, has extended her campaign into the Metaverse, describing it as the “future of partying, going out, mingling with people, and being sociable,” according to her.
Hilton appeared as a guest on Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ on January 25, where she discussed her experiences in the NFT group.
Hilton told Falon that she’ll be releasing her first NFT collection with Super Plastic on the Origin protocol “soon,” but she didn’t specify a specific date. Super Plastic is a firm that makes vinyl toys and digital memorabilia.
She showed the audience the collection, named “Forever Fairytale,” which is a collage of memories with her newlywed spouse Carter Reum. She then presented Falon with the collection’s first NFT, as well as additional NFTs to each member of the crowd.
“I believe that was the first NFT giveaway ever on television,” Fallon added. On January 18, Super Plastic released its “Headtripz” NFT collection, which included a piece created in collaboration with Hilton.
Despite the fact that this will be her first collection, it will not be her first journey into the NFT world. Hilton sold her “Iconic Crypto Queen” NFT for $1.1 million in April 2021.
Hilton said she started investing in crypto in 2016 when she
“made friends with the founders of Ethereum,” according to a November 2021 interview with The Guardian. She’s amassed an impressive NFT collection of 141 pieces since then. Of course, which includes a Bored Ape and works by Grimes and Steve Aoki.
In recent years, the pop culture figure has become an unexpected supporter for the Metaverse. Hilton’s “Paris World” debuted on the online gaming platform Roblox on New Year’s Eve 2021. That’s, with Hilton performing a DJ set in front of a virtual audience.