It has been reported that the sale was held through an Ethereum-based auction platform called “Cryptograph.”
However, according to a tweet published by Hilton, money raised from the auction of the portrait will go to three charities in the United States — The LA Food Bank, Meals On Wheels, and BB4Homeless.
Today I am auctioning off my @Cryptograph of #Munchkin to benefit 3 amazing charities: @LAFoodBank @MealsOnWheels @BB4Homeless. The auction is live now for the next 72 hours at https://t.co/rCroea8vCg pic.twitter.com/XP18LGtHsi — Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) August 13, 2020
The report said that the anonymous winner of Paris’ auction, known only as “Adirolls”, has also bought artwork made by Bitcoin.com’s founder, Roger Ver, and the Ethereum Foundation researcher, Vlad Zamfir.
Will her cryptograph auction beat Vitalik's? https://t.co/H0KLbf113z — Jake (@FakeEStott) August 13, 2020
This is not her first foray into the world of Blockchain.
In September 2017, she announced that she was involved with the Singapore-based project, LydianCoin.
Thus, the founder was, once, convicted of domestic violence and battery, Hilton deleted her tweet.