Melania Trump Sells Hat For Over 1,800 Solana Worth $173,000

January 26, 2022 6:55 pm Comments

Melania Trump has been dipping her toes into the Crypto/NFT world for a while now and it’s paying off big time.

First lady Melania Trump has already released several NFT collections the most notable one being a photo of her eyes called “Melania’s Vision”.

In her latest crypto endeavor, Melania opened up a crypto auction called the Head of State collection which was auctioned off for over 1,800 Solana worth $173,000.

The winning bidder received the white hat Melania wore at her first official state visit, an NFT signed by Melania Trump, and a painting signed by Melania.

The hat sold for over $173,000 but missed its targeted goal of $250,000 but to be honest $173,000 for a hat and an NFT sounds like a successful auction to me.

On Melania’s own website, there were more details about the auction and hat:

The Head of State Collection commemorates the Trump Administration’s first official state visit, and features three important one-of-a-kind signed items:

  • White Broad-Brimmed, High Blocked Crown Hat, worn and signed by Melania Trump (Herve Pierre, 2018)
  • Watercolor on Paper, signed by Melania Trump and Marc-Antoine Coulon (Coulon, 2021)
  • Digital Artwork NFT with Motion, signed by Melania Trump and Marc-Antoine Coulon (2021)

Former first lady, Melania Trump, and President Trump welcomed French President Macron and Mrs. Macron from the Republic of France to the White House for their first formal state visit on April 24, 2018.

Following the traditional arrival ceremony, Mrs. Trump and Mrs. Macron visited the National Gallery of Art, and attended a joint press conference in the White House. Mrs. Trump wore the iconic broad-brimmed, one-of-a-kind hat and an asymmetrical Michael Kors suit to all of the day’s events.

Later that evening, Mrs. Trump and President Trump hosted their first state dinner at the White House.

Here was the winning bid:

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