Steph Curry Submits a Trademark Application for the Curryverse, in Which Players Earn NFT

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Last Updated on November 1, 2022 by Bitfinsider

Steph Curry is expected to offer his own version of the Metaverse to the NBA’s 650 million followers by filing a trademark application for “Curryverse” on October 26.

If accepted, the trademark application filed by SC30 Inc. in the United States will provide the four-time NBA champion exclusive rights to “entertainment services, specifically personal and virtual and metaversal appearances.”

According to the filing, the Curryverse would also include “online gaming services in the manner of virtual worlds” where users may earn both fungible and nonfungible tokens (NFTs) that can be bought or sold on a “online marketplace.”

The application also includes virtual clothes and products, business management and investment services, charitable fundraising services, and software as a service (SaaS) platforms for designing, advertising, selling, and exchanging non-fungible tokens, among others.

Given his 47 million Instagram followers and 17.1 million Twitter followers, the NBA star’s metaverse will undoubtedly receive a great deal of interest despite the absence of additional information.

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