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    Paris Hilton set to promote LydianCoin

    Reported by Bloomberg

    A decade after her hit reality TV show “The Simple Life” ended, socialite and perfume-purveyor Paris Hilton is embarking on a new venture. You might call it “The Crypto Life.”

    In a tweet on Sunday, Hilton said she was “looking forward to participating” in an initial coin offering run by LydianCoin Pte Ltd, which describes itself as a “utility-token that allows cryptocurrency-enabled purchasing of targeted, A.I. driven digital marketing and advertising services” to be operated and developed by Gravity4 Inc., an online advertising company.

    Such ICOs involve the sale of virtual coins based on the ethereum blockchain, similar to the technology that underpins bitcoin. Equity owners receive virtual tokens unique to the issuer, meaning returns are reliant on a given startup’s growth and liquidity potential.

    To critics of the booming world of ICOs, Hilton’s involvement is the latest example of a fad finance trend that has already seen the offerings raise $1.25 billion this year. To its supporters, it’s evidence of the networking effect that will quicken the development of ICOs.

    Lydian pointed out on Twitter that Hilton had a history of interest in ethereum, having dined — and instagrammed a picture of herself — with the blockchain company’s founders back in September 2016.

    Still, her timing may be, to riff off her old catchphrase, not that hot. Hours after tweeting her involvement in LydianCoin, China declared ICOs illegal. Meanwhile, U.S. regulators have said they have jurisdiction over ICOs, and companies that raise money through the sale of digital assets will have to adhere to federal securities laws.

    However, Hilton is far from the first celebrity to hype ICOs. Boxing star Floyd Mayweather and American rapper The Game have touted the diverse digital token sales over the past month alone.


    Paris Hilton – Summer Reign (DJ Roger Summer Edit)

    DJ Roger Mancini recently reproduced Paris Hilton’s upcoming single “Summer Reign” using some of the snippets available online. This is not original full version!


    Paris Hilton fragrances continue to generate tens of millions of dollars in annual sales

    According to Business of Fashion, a source close to Parlux has revealed that Paris Hilton fragrances continues to generate $50 million in annual sales. The perfumes are especially popular in Mexico, Latin America and Asia. Parlux has been developing, manufacturing and distributing them since 2004.


    Video: Paris Hilton greets fans as she leaves Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood


    Paris Hilton backtracks on her comments about Donald Trump

    Paris Hilton backtracked on her controversial statement about the women who accused Donald Trump of sexual assault in the lead-up to the November 2016 election Thursday, asserting that her comments were “misapplied.”

    “I want to apologize for my comments from an interview I did last year,” she said in a statement. “They were part of a much larger story and I am regretful that they were not delivered in the way I had intended. I was speaking about my own experiences in life and the role of media and fame in our society and it was never my intention for my comments to be misapplied almost a year later.”

    “I always believe in helping women have their voices heard and helping create an environment where women feel empowered and believe in themselves,” she continued. “I am deeply hurt by how this has played out and also deeply sorry. Moving forward I will continue to do what I can to be an advocate for girls and women with the hopes of providing louder voice for those who may desperately need it.”

    Earlier in the week, Marie Claire published a feature on Hilton, drawing largely on an interview that took place two days after the November 8th election. The writer of the piece, Irin Carmon, tweeted a sampling of the unedited transcript Tuesday, along with a link to the full article.

    In the exchange, Carmon asks Hilton a number of questions about Trump, who is a longtime family friend of the Hiltons. When she asks the socialite/celebrity about disparaging comments Trump made about her when she was just 12 years old, Hilton chalks the incident up to “people say[ing] things that they normally wouldn’t say” on the Howard Stern Show. She insisted that the comment “wasn’t creepy at all.”

    Carmon also asked about Trump’s now-infamous Access Hollywood conversation with Billy Bush, during which he tells the talk show host that it’s fine to “grab [women] by the pussy” when you’re rich and famous.

    “I’ve heard guys say some pretty crazy things,” Hilton seemingly defended Trump. “Like, worse than that. So I think that when someone doesn’t realize they’re being filmed or recorded, they say things. Especially with a guy.”

    But it was her response to Carmon’s question about the many women who had accused Trump of sexual harassment that caused an outcry on Twitter that later led to her apology.

    “I think that they are just trying to get attention and fame,” she said. “I feel like, a lot of people, when something happens all these opportunities will come out. They want to get money or get paid to not say anything or get a settlement when nothing really happened. So I don’t believe any of that.”

    The former reality star previously claimed that she voted for Trump in the presidential election, but in the Marie Claire interview, which took place two days after the November election, she said she hadn’t voted at all.


    Paris Hilton defends Donald Trump in a new interview

    Reported by Entertainment Weekly

    Paris Hilton claims women who had accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment are “just trying to get attention and get fame.”

    The DJ, model, and socialite made the controversial remark during an interview with Marie Claire.

    “I think that they are just trying to get attention and get fame,” Hilton said, article writer Irin Carmon revealed on Twitter. “I feel like, a lot of people, when something happens, all these opportunists will come out. They want to get money or get paid to not say anything or get a settlement when nothing really happened. So I don’t believe any of that. And I’m sure that they were trying to be with him too. Because a lot of women, I’ve seen, like him because he’s wealthy and he’s charming and good-looking so I feel like a lot of these girls just made the story up. I didn’t really pay attention to it. I heard a couple of things about it. I don’t believe it.”

    Last year, when he was a presidential candidate, President Trump was accused of harassment by multiple women, including former PEOPLE writer Natasha Stoynoff, claims he forcefully denied. Trump was also blasted for comments he made in an unearthed, unaired Access Hollywood video from 2005, where he claimed “when you’re a star” women let men “do anything.”

    “Grab them by the p—y. You can do anything,” Trump said at the time.

    Asked about those remarks, Hilton said, “I’ve heard guys say the craziest things ever, because I’m always around guys, and I listen to them speak.”

    Trump has known Hilton for years (“I’ve known him since I was a little girl. And he’s always been so nice, so respectful and sweet”), but the 36-year-old says she didn’t vote for Trump in last year’s election. Of Trump’s more inflammatory rhetoric, including his attacks against men and women from Mexico, Hilton said to Marie Claire, “I love the people here, and I don’t think that they should be talked about like that at all.”


    Paris Hilton working on a new TV show and music album

    In her latest interview with Teen Vogue, Paris Hilton said:

    “I’m doing a new TV show that I’m really excited about, as well as my real estate projects around the world. I’m also getting ready to release my 24th fragrance and finishing my new album. I’m always busy, but I love being businesswoman and an entrepreneur. Success is something that really drives me in life.”