Welcome to NFT.NYC week! A ton of news is going to break over the next couple of days, and I will be covering it all here.
The world is expanding, and DraftKings is expanding along with it. As NFTs continue to grow, these daily articles will serve as a hub for the latest news and notes in the space.
Gucci Files Trademarks to Enter the Metaverse
Soon enough, you’ll be able to rock Gucci slides in the metaverse.
Trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis announced on June 21 that the fashion titan has filed five trademark claims to produce virtual goods, among other ventures:
GUCCI has filed 5 trademark applications for its name and logo indicating plans for— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) June 21, 2022
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▶️ Virtual clothing, vehicles, real estate, fashion shows, and currency#NFT #Metaverse #Web3 #Cryptocurrency #Fintech pic.twitter.com/HJVVl127qb
As seen in the tweet above, Gucci has ambitious plans for its metaverse campaign. This includes an NFT marketplace, virtual fashion shows, and a myriad of digital collectibles.
Will we see other major players in the fashion industry follow in Gucci’s footsteps and make a push into the metaverse? Only time will tell.
Stay tuned for updates as more information about Gucci’s NFT plans are revealed.
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