WWE plans on bringing more NFTs to light, and yes, that’s despite the fact that some recent NFTs did not do well at all. Sadly and weirdly enough, the John Cena NFTs failed considerably. WWE seems to be in the dark on that matter though, or rather they’ve chosen to ignore those facts, because they’ve recently registered trademarks specifically for the reason of unleashing even more NFTs.

It was on the 16th of December that WWE filed for these trademarks – apparently 3 total – under the specific category: “computer services and virtual goods.” An NFT, for those who don’t know, is a virtual token, or rather one that is a one-of-a-kind piece of art or virtual memorabilia and cannot be replaced. It is known as a “Non-fungible token,” specifically. For a deeper and more comprehensive explanation, see here.

Each of the descriptions for the aforementioned trademarks are as follows:

“The mark consists of two “W”s stacked on top of each other with a scar underneath.

Mark For: WW trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of computer services, namely, creating an online community for users to access online world marketplaces and metaverse platforms; creating an on-line community for digital assets, non-fungible tokens, and metaverses and online worlds.

The mark consists of Two “W”s, stacked on top of each other with a “scar” underneath.

Mark For: WW trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of downloadable virtual goods, items, and general consumer merchandise, downloadable computer programs, and downloadable computer applications, browser extensions, widgets, emoticons, badges, images and chat colors, video, computer, and downloadable application game software enhancements and components,

Mark For: WWE trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of computer services, namely, creating an online community for users to access online world marketplaces and metaverse platforms; creating an on-line community for digital assets, non-fungible tokens, and metaverses and online worlds.”

Despite the fact that WWE released a package of physical collectible items of the aforementioned John Cena NFT deal, it did little to help the badly performing product overall. According to Cena himself, apparently only 37 were sold. We wonder only what WWE has planned next for the NFT market.

H/T Fightful

Domenic Marinelli

Domenic Marinelli is an author and freelance writer/journalist. Some of his work has appeared in The Sportster, E-Wrestling News, Pro Wrestling News Hub, The Recipe, babbletop.com, Guilty Eats, Par Ex News, CFL News Hub, Daily DDT, XFL News Hub, as well as other print and internet publications. He is the author of Generic V, Summer of the Great White Wolf, His Old Tapes (stories & poetry), and so many others. He lives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He's an avid reader and loves hiking.

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