The American pop singer Christina Aguilera files for the trademarks NFT and Metaverse with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Christina Aguilera is an American pop singer born in 1980. Her first album, released in 1998, sold over 16 million copies worldwide. Aguilera is a singer, brand ambassador and actress.
It turns out that singers, luxury brands focus with more and more conviction of the constant growth of the sector NFT and metaverse. Indeed, this time it is Christina Aguliera who plunges into this industry.
The singer actually plans to offer a range of metaverse goods such as:
- NFTs ;
- Cryptocurrency collectibles ;
- Virtual goods, namely artworks, avatars, clothing, headwear, shoes, jewelry, beauty products, and more ;
- Musical performances, music concerts and virtual appearances in the metaverse.
The news was shared earlier today on Twitter by trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis.
Christina Aguilera is not the first artist to declare her desire to enter the metaverse. Usher partnered with Remy Martin in July to offer a limited edition bottle with an NFT. Miley Cyrus also revealed her passion by joining the metaverse by getting 2 branded entries.