SC30 Inc., which manages Stephen Curry’s investment, media, philanthropy and brand partnership interests, has filed a new trademark application for “CURRYVERSE” for metaverse and non-fungible token (NFT) purposes.
According to the trademark application, submitted to the USPTO on October 26, the company plans to offer:
- Clothing, footwear, belts, eyewear, game, toys, and more for use in the metaverse and other online virtual environments;
- Virtual goods authenticated by NFTs;
- Personal and virtual and “metaversal” appearances by a professional basket player;
- Metaverse and virtual world experiences;
- Entertainment and education provision by using blockchain, virtual currency, digital tokens, NFTs, and more;
- A platform for promoting, selling, and exchanging NFTs.
The news was tweeted by trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis.
Stephen Curry's #SC30Inc has filed a new trademark application for CURRYVERSE claiming plans for:— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) October 31, 2022
✅ Virtual clothing + goods
✅ Metaverse appearances
✅ Business management + Investment services
✅ NFT design services
…and more!#NFTs #Metaverse #Web3 #NBA #StephenCurry pic.twitter.com/MGrBb0Eyyl
Stephen Curry has been quite engaged in the Web3 field thus far.
In May, the player partnered with Under Armour to offer fans a chance to claim free NFTs for every three-pointer Curry would have made in a playoff game.
In December, Curry launched his “2,974” NFT collection just three days after setting the NBA’s all-time 3-point record at Madison Square Garden with 2,974 made field goals from distance.
Plus, Curry also sold 2,974 virtual sneaker NFTs to be used in different metaverses such as Decentraland, Gala, and The Sandbox.
Also, in March, Stephen Curry surprised thousands of owners of his first NFT collection with a new birthday cake-themed NFT in their crypto wallets to celebrate his 34th birthday.