Harry Winston, One Instances Sq., and Constancy have filed NFT and metaverse logos. Mike Kondoudis, the USA Patent and Trademark Workplace licensed trademark lawyer, shared the information on his Twitter.
Luxurious American jeweler Harry Winston filed NFT and metaverse logos on December 20. The corporate reportedly plans to develop digital shops and launch digital jewellery, watches and equipment, eyewear, baggage, clothes, private organizers, and different objects. As well as, Harry Winston plans to develop downloadable pc applications that includes watches and clothes. The corporate may also promote its merchandise in digital worlds.
One Instances Sq. proprietor Jamestown has filed a trademark utility for a number of NFT-backed companies. First, the corporate plans to challenge downloadable media that includes the 363-foot-high Instances Sq.-located skyscraper. The NFTs will showcase video, textual content, audio, and graphics associated to the constructing. Then, the venue will provide marriage ceremony, artwork gallery, and museum companies.
Constancy Investments filed NFT, crypto, and metaverse trademark functions. The American multinational monetary companies company plans to develop an NFT market and non-fungible tokens that includes textual content and graphic content material. As well as, Constancy will present mutual and retirement fund funding companies within the metaverse. Greater than that, the corporate plans to launch crypto wallets and software program that helps cryptocurrency buying and selling.
Final week, famend car producer Mercedes-Benz filed licenses for digital forex, NFTs, and retail shops for digital objects.