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Mean Girls To Make Web 3.0 Comeback With Crypto Collectibles & NFTs

  • Iconic American teen film Mean Girls (2004) is making a Web3.0 comeback with crypto collectibles and NFTs.
  • Distributor Paramount Pictures issues trademark applications for Rachel and Lindsay, from Mean Girls.
  • Trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis tweeted NFT & Crypto Collectibles expansion for Mean Girls.

The teen cult classic, Mean Girls which came out in 2004 is supposed to make a Web3.0 comeback as revealed by trademark filings. Distributor giant, Paramount Pictures filed recent trademarks disclosing plans for the Mean Girls brand to expand into Crypto Collectibles.

As shared by licence trademark attorney, Mike Kondoudis on Twitter, two trademark applications for the American classic starring Rachel McAdams and Lindsay Lohan were issued by Paramount Pictures on September 7.

The tweet further reveals that Mean Girls will expand into the following: NFTs + NFT-backed Media, Crypto Collectibles, and Crypto Collectible Transfer Software.

Moreover, the trademark filings cover “downloadable multimedia files containing artwork” validated as NFTs, in addition to crypto collectable and NFT authenticated “downloadable virtual goods.”

However, trademark application in the metaverse has observed a boom recently. The Mean Girls trademark filings come in only one day after Viacom International issued a trademark application to expand “The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” into the Web 3.0 universe.

From major entertainment houses like Sony Music Entertainment to luxury designer brands like Hermes, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci, to even race car brands such as Formula One, companies are rushing to make their presence known in the virtual space and expand their products and brands to their Web 3.0 audiences.

  • Iconic American teen film Mean Girls (2004) is making a Web3.0 comeback with crypto collectibles and NFTs.
  • Distributor Paramount Pictures issues trademark applications for Rachel and Lindsay, from Mean Girls.
  • Trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis tweeted NFT & Crypto Collectibles expansion for Mean Girls.

The teen cult classic, Mean Girls which came out in 2004 is supposed to make a Web3.0 comeback as revealed by trademark filings. Distributor giant, Paramount Pictures filed recent trademarks disclosing plans for the Mean Girls brand to expand into Crypto Collectibles.

As shared by licence trademark attorney, Mike Kondoudis on Twitter, two trademark applications for the American classic starring Rachel McAdams and Lindsay Lohan were issued by Paramount Pictures on September 7.

The tweet further reveals that Mean Girls will expand into the following: NFTs + NFT-backed Media, Crypto Collectibles, and Crypto Collectible Transfer Software.

Moreover, the trademark filings cover “downloadable multimedia files containing artwork” validated as NFTs, in addition to crypto collectable and NFT authenticated “downloadable virtual goods.”

However, trademark application in the metaverse has observed a boom recently. The Mean Girls trademark filings come in only one day after Viacom International issued a trademark application to expand “The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” into the Web 3.0 universe.

From major entertainment houses like Sony Music Entertainment to luxury designer brands like Hermes, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci, to even race car brands such as Formula One, companies are rushing to make their presence known in the virtual space and expand their products and brands to their Web 3.0 audiences.

 

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