Mercedes-Benz Files Trademark Applications for Metaverse and NFTs

Mercedes-Benz enters the metaverse with five NFT trademark applications German automotive corporation Mercedes-Benz Group AG steps into the digital NFT space and metaverse. The company has filed five trademark applications in these areas. The application was filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on Dec. 14, according to a statement from licensed metaverse trademark attorney Michael Kondudis.. Trademark filings for “Mercedes Benz, Mercedes, S-Class, G-Class and Maybach” will include licenses for digital currency, NFTs, retail stores for virtual car parts, and cryptocurrency trading, according to its data.. One trademark filing for Maybach described plans to create “crypto-collectibles” with digital or physical animal furs, blankets, rugs, rugs and mats.. Another application for the S-Class model states that it can have “audio recordings, video recordings, image files, music and multimedia files containing images, text, audio, images or videos with NFT-certified collectibles”. These NFTs will be used in the virtual worlds of the Metaverse platforms. It is worth noting that this is not the first acquaintance of the Mercedes-Benz Group with cryptocurrency.. Daimler South East Asia announced the creation of a data exchange network in July. Blockchain-based technology will use the second layer scalability platform to launch the product. Other automakers are also keeping up with Mercedes-Benz and mastering the cryptosphere. This fall, Renault and the Sandbox metaverse announced a partnership to bring new automotive experiences to customers.. The automaker said it is looking to capitalize on the possibilities of the virtual world. It will focus on virtual reality, games, NFTs and blockchain. Also in early December, Fiat entered the metaverse market with the introduction of the Fiat Metaverse Store. The project was developed in collaboration with technology companies Touchcast and Microsoft. Disclaimer All information contained on our website is published in good faith and objectively and for informational purposes only. The reader is solely responsible for any actions taken by him on the basis of information received on our website.