Rolex Files NFT, Metaverse Trademarks

Rolex Files NFT, Metaverse Trademarks

Luxury watchmaker Rolex has filed trademark applications for NFTs and "developing metaverse software," according to documents on file with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

The application also references "video game devices," watches with "digital codes, labels, tags and digital chips," and a litany of virtual products from expected (jewelry, travel bags) to unexpected (binoculars, eyeglass cases, manicure sets, stuffed animals) to web3 native (avatars, security tokens).

Earlier this year, Rolex appeared in NFT-industry headlines when auction houses used NFT marketplace OpenSea to sell a Rolex watch for 9,500 USDC

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