- Sony Music Entertainment filed trademarks for the metaverse and non-fungible tokens on August 30.
- Jockey International too filed trademark on September 1.
- NFTs and metaverse trademarks have increased in 2022 than 2021.
Sony Music Entertainment has recently filed for trademarks for the metaverse and non-fungible tokens.
The music label is looking forward to releasing downloadable audio as well as video recording, featuring live music performances. The recordings will be legalized through NFTs.
Based on the filing, Sony Music will launch music tracks in the form of non-fungible tokens. Moreover, entertainment and marketing services will be offered to artists as well as their recordings.
#SonyMusic has filed a trademark application for the Columbia Records logo claiming plans to use it for:— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) September 6, 2022
▶️ NFT Backed Media
▶️ Music + Podcast Production
▶️ Artist Management + Music distribution services
..and more!#NFTs #Metaverse #Web3 #Columbiarecords #Pop #Rock #Hiphop pic.twitter.com/xY7kRMgo1m
Other than Sony Music Entertainment, Jockey International also filed a trademark for JOCKEY with plans to provide NFT-supported virtual goods, virtual clothing, stores offering virtual merchandise and a lot more.
Downloadable and non-downloadable virtual goods and downloadable digital media will be offered as well.
Michael Kondoudis shared the news on Twitter.
Jockey Int’l has filed a trademark application for JOCKEY claiming plans for:— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) September 6, 2022
▶️ Virtual clothing
▶️ NFT-backed virtual goods
▶️ Stores featuring virtual merchandise
… and more!https://t.co/TInFAohAUW #NFT #Metaverse #Web3 #Jockeyunderwear pic.twitter.com/UHyMnAKkDi
Clearly, there’s an exceptional increase in the number of trademark applications with 2022 experiencing a crazy spike. Let’s see who’s next in the list.