Christina Aguilera, an American singer-songwriter, recently registered several NFT and metaverse trademarks. Simply put, this demonstrates the star’s desire to enter space somehow. NFTs, virtual concerts, and metaverse games are among the brands. She has not yet received the trademarks but is in the process of obtaining them.
The Metaverse and NFT Trademark Files
When someone applies for a trademark, it indicates that they intend to sell or provide specific goods or services. For example, Christina Aguilera can sell, market, and license her trademark.
Three Wishes IP LLC (with whom she has previously worked on her ‘in real life’ recording and performing trademarks) filed the trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on September 16th (USPTO).
The following are the goods and services for which Christina Aguilera and Three Wishes have filed:
- Crypto collectibles
- Downloadable virtual goods – namely art, avatars, clothing, jewelry, and other merchandise
- Entertainment services, such as musical performances, music concerts, and virtual appearances in the metaverse
- Online, non-downloadable games in the metaverse and different virtual environments.
This is the singer’s first move into Web3, showing a clear intention.
Christina Aguilera’s Bio
Christina Aguilera is an American singer/songwriter, producer, actress, businesswoman, and television personality. Aguilera began her singing career in 1993 and rose to prominence in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Furthermore, the 41-year-old has received 228 awards from 517 nominations. Among the most notable are several Grammys, several Billboard number one singles, four Billboard Music Awards, two Brit Awards, and numerous others.
Furthermore, with over 90 million record sales, Christina Aguilera is regarded as one of the world’s best-selling music artists.
With such enormous success in the music industry, it will be fascinating to see what the singer brings to Web3.