NYSE ready to enter the metaverse with the list of NFT brands

The New York Stock Exchange is about to enter the metaverse after filing a trademark application to register the term “NYSE” for a range of crypto-related products.

Disclosed by the trademark attorney Michel Kondoudisthe NYSE filed the application on February 10 to register the iconic “NYSE” trademark for several crypto-based products such as downloadable virtual goods like non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and tokens, an online marketplace for buying and selling digital assets and an exchange to enable “cryptocurrency trading services”.

“A new application filed on the 10th indicates that @NYSE intends to file an NYSE trademark for NFTs, cryptocurrencies, digital collectibles and marketplaces to trade and exchange them,” Kondoudis said on Twitter .

The attorney added that NYSE’s entry into the Metaverse was the “final confirmation that the Metaverse is real” and that it’s “just a matter of when” for more companies and businesses to enter the Metaverse. virtual worlds.

Its foray into the metaverse isn’t the New York Stock Exchange’s first foray into the digital collectibles space, either.

last aprilNYSE unveiled a series of non-fungible tokens celebrating the “first trades” of six of its most notable listings.

More details were revealed on a dedicated collection landing page on its website, which commemorates stock listings such as Spotify, Snowflake, Unity, DoorDash, Roblox, and Coupang.

The NYSE added that the decision to strike these six was “appropriate” and revealed that many more NYSE NFTs will become available as it continues to welcome “innovative new companies” to its “community.”

The series of digital collectibles, currently limited to ten from each listing, will be available on crypto exchange crypto.com.

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