Renga Files Trademark Applications

Renga Files Trademark Applications
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Renga has filed a trademark for a suite of software and services designed to enable users to view, trade, and manage digital collectibles and tokens, according to a USPTO filing and first report from Elina_Esq.

The Deets

  • Renga trademark filing covers downloadable software for managing NFTs and digital assets.
  • Includes an online marketplace for NFTs and digital collectibles.
  • Encompasses non-downloadable software and a website for electronic storage of NFTs.

The Details

The Renga trademark filing suggests that their upcoming software will allow users to view, analyze, record, store, monitor, manage, trade, and exchange digital assets like cryptocurrencies, digital tokens, and NFTs. 

Additionally, the filing indicates plans for online retail services that offer a marketplace for buying and selling NFTs and digital collectibles. In an ongoing marketplace war, many projects have teased the potential unveiling of their own marketplaces for a variety of reasons. It appears Renga may have similar plans. 

Why It Matters

If Renga's trademark filing comes to fruition, their software and services could bolster the Renga community, providing comprehensive suite of tools for managing their Renga NFTs. Many projects have opted to deploy something similar, most recently with Kanpai Pandas and its PPDEX reveal and Azuki's vast Collector's Profile.

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