From Kanye West to Billie Eilish, a list of celebrities with NFT trademarks 

The fact that celebrities possess NFTs is old news. Now, it’s all about stars creating and even trademarking their digital artefacts.  

As time progresses, many well-known brands and major corporations are adopting this strategy. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has received 3,347 trademark applications, including NFTs, as of May 2022. Compared to the total number of applications submitted in 2021, which was 2,179, this number represents a decrease. 

Of course, trademarks may be applied for by anybody. However, this does not imply that each concept or product will be complete. NFT brands, on the other hand, suggest that NFTs are becoming increasingly common. 

We’ve compiled a list of some of the most prominent individuals seeking patents for metaverse-related items in light of this. It’s not clear how far these celebrities want to take their brands from all of the applications.  

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Kanye West 

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Kanye West

There’s little doubt that Kanye West, the renowned rapper who once sent a hand-written note to his Instagram account reading, “Do not ask me to conduct a f*cking NFT,” is getting ready to do NFTs.  

According to the US Patent and Trademark Office, Ye has applied for trademarks for “currency and tokens,” blockchain-based non-fungible assets, and online retail shop services, including digital art.” 

If he finishes, we’ll see some of the finest NFTs ever, but we’ll let him finish. 

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Billie Eilish 

In February, a trademark application for Billie Eilish’s name and the Blohsh logo was submitted by her firm Lash Music LLC. There are indications that Eilish plans to expand her brand into the area of virtual currency, digital collectibles, and NFTs. 

Fan purchases of video game software, a computer program with in-game resources, and other commodities for usage in virtual worlds have been revealed in patent filings. 

As one of Universal Music Group’s (UMG) most well-known music artists, Eilish’s foray into the metaverse makes perfect sense. After announcing its partnership with Curio in February, Universal Music Group (UMG) said it will be the “exclusive worldwide channel for future legally licenced NFT productions from UMG’s record labels.” 


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