According to the application, submitted to the USPTO on July 22, the company intends to provide:
- Virtual goods;
- Financial services relating to virtual currency;
- Financial services relating to digital currency and cryptocurrency;
- Cryptocurrency mining;
- Software platforms for providing access to crypto collectibles, non-fungible tokens, and other application tokens.
The news was shared earlier today via Twitter by metaverse trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis.
The metaverse and NFT-related trademark filings are rising by the day, suggesting the future expansion of Web3.