Infamous beverage company ‘Moët Hennessy’ recently submitted not one but five NFT and metaverse trademark applications for the names “Moet,” “Moet & Chandon,” and “Dom Perignon”. This signals that Moët Hennessy is moving into the NFT and metaverse space in a big way.
Moët is not the first beverage company to move from web2 to web3. In fact, Moet Hennessy’s trademark application comes just days after Jack Daniel’s filed for their metaverse trademark. So, what are your thoughts on Moët Hennessy’s move into the NFT and metaverse world?
More Details On Moet Hennessy NFT And Metaverse Trademark Applications
At the moment, Moët Hennessy is yet to say anything to the public on the matter. However, thanks to Mike Kondoudis — an Intellectual Property Attorney — we could get hold of the report.
According to Mike, Moët Hennessy filed for five NFT and metaverse trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on September 23.
Also, in Mike’s post, he mentioned what the trademark application covers. To summarise, it includes three major categories: NFT-backed digital collectables, retail stores for virtual goods, and virtual restaurants and bars. Furthermore, he stated there were many other collectables involved.
Altogether, Moët Hennessy is taking their NFT and metaverse game to the next level by introducing offers where buyers can use NFT tickets to access online services, including events.
The Rise Of NFT And Metaverse Trademark Applications In 2022
Clearly, 2022 is the year many famous brands — beverage and none beverage companies and top celebrities, embrace NFTs. From Christina Aguilera, who recently filed for NFT and metaverse trademarks, Kanye west, to Johnnie Walker. Interestingly they are trying different things out and taking advantage of their early adoption. Are you excited to see what comes next for a brand like Moët Hennessy, which is just entering the space? In due time you will find out.