American singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus is the most recent celeb to take her title model to the metaverse, after she formally utilized for a number of metaverse and non-fungible token (NFT)-related logos.
The music star identified for her distinctive raspy voice follows a slew of organizations and types foraying into the digital area after submitting two trademark functions with the US Patent and Trademark Workplace (USPTO) on August 16 for ‘Miley’ and ‘Miley Cyrus’ as per a tweet from NFT and metaverse trademark legal professional Mike Kondoudis on August 22.
In line with Mr. Kondoudis, the trademark filings trace on the singer’s plans for NFTs, digital forex administration software program, digital clothes, and footwear. Formally, the logos are registered underneath serial numbers 97551201 and 97551195.
The information for the American singer, songwriter, and actress comes after fellow recording artist Billie Eilish introduced in Might, her firm Lash Music LLC has filed a pair of trademark functions for her title and the Blohsh brand.
Eilish’s transfer didn’t come as a shock contemplating that Common Music Group (UMG) has additionally not too long ago introduced a partnership with NFT platform Curio. Billie Eilish is one in all UMG’s extra common recording artists.
Elsewhere, American rapper Snoop Dogg continues to develop his inroads into NFTs and the metaverse after making use of for brand spanking new logos for numerous merchandise in June. Snoop Dogg, whose actual title is Calvin Broadus, made the appliance for UNCLE SNOOP and UNCLE SNOOP’S.
Because the emergence of NFTs and the metaverse, Snoop Dogg is amongst celebrities who’ve embraced the idea whereas collaborating with completely different creators.
Whereas legendary soccer participant David Beckham was one other title who took his model to the metaverse, making use of with California-based DB Ventures Restricted, the enterprise capital agency owned by the soccer star-turned-businessman.
Lastly, as Finbold reported, NFT-related trademark functions are on the rise in the US after they surpassed 4,000 between January 1 and Might 31, 2022, that means that roughly 27 new NFT logos had been filed each day within the first half of the 12 months.