Cypress Hill, the American hip hop group from California that sold over 20 million albums worldwide, has filed trademark applications for its name and logo to enter the metaverse and the non-fungible token (NFT) space.
According to the trademark applications, submitted to the USPTO on June 24, the group aims to provide:
- Virtual goods;
- Online retail store services featuring collectibles, virtual goods, digital tokens, NFTs, and more;
- Online and live entertainment events in the field of digital collectibles and virtual goods.
The news was shared earlier today via Twitter by metaverse trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis.
Hip hop group CYPRESS HILL has filed trademark applications for its name and logo. The apps claim an intent to offer:— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) June 29, 2022
▶️ NFTs + NFT-backed media
▶️ Marketplaces + Stores for digital goods
▶️ Virtual goods, Crypto-collectibles, Digital tokens#NFT #Metaverse #Web3 #Hiphop pic.twitter.com/rwAbBfpDtz
The music industry is becoming increasingly involved with the new reality, with trademark applications for NFTs and metaverses being filed daily.