The football team Crystal Palace has filed for trademarks in both the NFT space and the metaverse
The football team Crystal Palace has filed for trademarks in both the NFT space and the metaverse.
The British football club Crystal Palace has opted to join the growing number of businesses, companies, and celebrities that are exploring the potential of the metaverse and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to deepen their connections with their respective audiences.
New football technologies (NFTs) and the metaverse enter the field
By doing so, Crystal Palace has joined the ranks of other prominent football participants like Paris Saint-Germain, who has recently applied for a trademark in connection with NFTs in the middle of March.
Cristiano Ronaldo struck a multi-year exclusive NFT agreement with Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by daily volume in the world, to build NFT products on the platform.
However, the football community isn’t the only one that can appreciate NFTs and the metaverse. NBA superstar Kevin Durant, American eCommerce behemoth eBay, top chocolate producer Mars Inc., automobile DeLorean Motor Company, musician Snoop Dogg, and many more are just some of the other notable names to enter the market in recent months.