- American Star Miley Cyrus has filed for 2 Metaverse Trademarks for Miley and Miley Cyrus.
- Metaverse Trademark Attorney Mike Kondoudis tweeted about Cyrus’s plans.
- Other celebrities including Billie Eilish, Snoop Dogg, and David Beckham are also actively expanding into the metaverse.
American superstar Miley Cyrus has officially entered the metaverse by applying for 2 Trademarks (Registered under serial numbers: 97551201 and 97551195) with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The applications are for ‘Miley’ and ‘Miley Cyrus’.
NFT and Metaverse Trademark Attorney Mike Kondoudis shared the news on Twitter along with her plans to release virtual clothing, energy drinks, entertainment services, virtual currency management software, virtual clothing, footwear, gear, etc. in the metaverse.
Miley Cyrus has made a name as a pop singer in America over the years. But it is her former stint as a child star, famous for her role on the Disney show Hannah Montana, that catapulted her to fame.
Ever since NFTs blew up in pop culture, celebrities are launching their own virtual projects and creating their Metaverse presence. In May of 2022, singing sensation Billie Eilish announced a pair of trademark filings in her name by her company Lash Music LLC.
Other celebs like American rapper Snoop Dogg and football legend David Beckham have also expanded heavily into the Metaverse, applying for several trademarks, collaborating with web3.0 artists, and establishing their brand names in the online world.
Snoop Dogg’s products and applications like UNCLE SNOOP and UNCLE SNOOP’S have received significant appreciation from NFT enthusiasts. While Beckham took his California-based venture capital firm, DB Ventures Limited into the Metaverse.
Official reports inform that over 4,000 NFT-related trademark applications were raised from January 1st to May 31st, 2022, averaging approximately 27 new trademarks filed each day.