9GAG Files "Proof of Fandom" Trademark Application
9GAG, the company behind Memeland, has filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office involving "digital tokens as proof of fandom," as pointed out by trademark and copyright attorney NeerMcD.eth this morning.
❗ Why It Matters
The trademark application offers a glimpse into the future plans of one of the space's largest brands.
🔎 The Deets
Mentioned in the application are the following items:
- Providing an online non-downloadable computer software platform for the creation and distribution of digital tokens as the proof of fandom.
- Online non-downloadable computer software platform for customization of digital token metadata and enabling selectable distribution methods for digital tokens.
- Platform as a service and software as a service featuring software platforms for providing access to fandom groups, social media, virtual environments, digital arts, crypto-collectibles, non-fungible tokens, application tokens and digital currencies.
- Administration of a customer loyalty program that provides rewards.
So what exactly does 9GAG have in mind here? 9GAGCEO was tight-lipped on the issue: