Miley Smiley, the label of American singer, songwriter, and actress Miley Cyrus, has submitted a trademark registration, signaling its aspirations to join the metaverse.
According to the application, which was filed with the USPTO on August 22nd, the singer intends to provide:
- Virtual goods, namely clothing, jewelry, headwear, eyewear, footwear, sports equipment, toys, and more;
- Retail and online retail store services;
- Online entertainment services such as music performances.
#MileyCyrus has filed trademarks for MILEY— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) August 22, 2022
and MILEY CYRUS claiming plans for:
✅ Clothing + Energy drinks
✅ Entertainment services
✅ Virtual currency management software
✅ Virtual clothing, footwear, sports gear
…and more!#Crypto #Web3 #Metaverse @MileyArmy @mileyworld pic.twitter.com/ng1PKxfAbR
The music business has been particularly active in the space of NFTs and the metaverse, with many companies and musicians taking part in a variety of unique initiatives.
Miley Cyrus is one of a rising number of well-known companies and musicians who are showing an interest in the metaverse.
As an example, Paris Hilton entered the metaverse last December by hosting a New Year’s Eve party on Roblox and then launched her NFT collection in collaboration with Superplastic.
Similarly, David Guetta entered the metaverse in February with a virtual DJ party on Roblox.
In addition, we have seen many singers launch their own NFT collections, like Boy George, Ozzy Osbourne, and rapper Lupe Fiasco.