A few metaverse updates, Beckham's 3 NFT+ metaverse trademark applications approved

Publisher: EAIOT Time: 2023-05-15 Category: Metaverse 520Views 0Comments

Beckham's 3 NFT+ Metaverse Trademark Applications Approved

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has approved David Beckham's three trademark applications for NFT+Metaverse. On April 25 of last year, David Beckham filed trademark applications for metaverse and NFT-related trademarks covering NFT and digital tokens, virtual clothing/shoes/headwear, and virtual performances + entertainment events.


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Japan's Kyushu Railway Company to Issue NFT on Astar

Poca Parallel Chain Astar Network announced that Kyushu Railways (JR), one of Japan's largest rail networks, will partner with PRO to issue NFTs on Astar Network. JR Kyushu NFT project will launch in July 2023 and aims to use blockchain technology to provide tourists with souvenirs and proof of access, ride and use of its system.


EU Crypto Tax Plan Covers NFT

The EU plans to force cryptocurrency companies to provide tax authorities with details of their customers' asset holdings, according to a draft EU law that will be agreed by finance ministers next week and will allow tax authorities to share data across the 27-nation bloc. The bill requires crypto companies to register with tax authorities, and controversially, the law, known as the Administrative Cooperation 8th Directive (DAC8), still includes platforms used to trade NFTs that can be used for payments or investments, as well as providers from outside the EU that have EU customers.


AMC to launch AI toolset and metaverse handheld game this month AMC announced that it will launch an AI toolset and metaverse handheld game this month and an ecological partnership with Fantaverse and Planet Hares, in addition to the AI META CLUB (AMC) joint release of 6,000 Genesis Human NFTs. these Genesis Human NFTs will be the creators and These Genesis Human NFTs will be the creators and builders of the metaverse and can reproduce more human offspring through the 1:1 combination of male and female.


India's finance minister: India is not against blockchain technology, but should monitor cryptocurrencies

India is not opposed to blockchain technology, but the currency must be regulated by the government or the central bank, said Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Currently, India's central bank, the Reserve Bank of India, has launched a retail and wholesale central bank digital currency pilot. According to Sitharaman, the digital rupee aims to improve cross-border and bulk payments to minimize arbitrage losses. India currently chairs the G20, an intergovernmental forum of the world's leading economies, and has cryptocurrencies and their regulation as part of its discussion agenda.


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