NBA Superstar Trademark for the “Curryverse”
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An editor at Coincrop
01 Nov 2022 | 2 min read
BA superstar Stephen Curry recently filed a trademark application for the "Curryverse" metaverse. According to reports, this would be Steph Curry's own take on the Metaverse and could provide NBA fans with an immersive experience that they can enjoy.
If the United States-based trademark application filed by SC30 Inc. is approved, the four-time NBA champion will gain exclusive rights for “entertainment services, including personal and virtual appearances in both reality and video games.”
The filing also states that the Curryverse will offer "online gaming services in the form of virtual worlds." In these virtual environments, players can rack up points and earn rewards that come in fungible or nonfungible forms (NFTs). These NFTs can then be bought or sold in an online marketplace.
Given NBA star Stephen Curry's gargantuan social media following of over 47 million on Instagram and 17.1 million on Twitter, his newly announced metaverse is sure to turn heads. With over 650 million fans worldwide, the potential reach of the Curryverse is massive and could change how we experience basketball games forever.
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