American vocalist musician Miley Cyrus is the furthest down the line superstar to take her name image to the metaverse, after she authoritatively applied for a few metaverse and non-fungible token (NFT)- related brand names.
The music star known for her particular rough voice follows a large number of associations and brands foraying into the computerized space in the wake of submitting two brand name applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on August 16 for ‘Miley’ and ‘Miley Cyrus’ according to a tweet from NFT and metaverse brand name lawyer Mike Kondoudis on August 22.
As indicated by Mr. Kondoudis, the brand name filings allude to the artist’s arrangements for NFTs, virtual money the board programming, virtual attire, and footwear. Authoritatively, the brand names are enlisted under chronic numbers 97551201 and 97551195.
Different names enter the metaverse
The news for the American vocalist, lyricist, and entertainer comes after individual recording craftsman Billie Eilish declared in May, her organization Lash Music LLC has documented a couple of brand name applications for her name and the Blohsh logo.
Eilish’s move didn’t come as a shock thinking about that Universal Music Group (UMG) has likewise as of late declared an organization with NFT stage Curio. Billie Eilish is one of UMG’s more famous recording specialists.
Somewhere else, American rapper Snoop Dogg keeps on extending his advances into NFTs and the metaverse subsequent to applying for new brand names for different items in June. Sneak Dogg, whose genuine name is Calvin Broadus, made the application for UNCLE SNOOP and UNCLE SNOOP’S.
Since the rise of NFTs and the metaverse, Snoop Dogg is among big names who have embraced the idea while teaming up with various makers.
While amazing football player David Beckham was another name who took his image to the metaverse, applying with California-based DB Ventures Limited, the funding firm possessed by the football star-turned-financial specialist.
At long last, as Finbold announced, NFT-related brand name applications are on the ascent in the United States after they outperformed 4,000 between January 1 and May 31, 2022, implying that about 27 new NFT brand names were documented everyday in the main portion of the year.