BMW is preparing to enter the world of the metaverse and NFTs

While some car manufacturers such as Lamborghini, Porsche, Audi, Ferrari, Hyundai or McLaren have already startedadventure of the NFTs, BMW is also preparing to enter in this new blooming universe.

As noted by the specialist lawyer in Trademark Law Mike Kondoudis, the German automaker recently filed trademark applications related to the metaverse and non-fungible token (NFT) industry.

BMW lands in the metaverse!

The company has requested its logo from:

▶️ NFT verified media + files

▶️ Virtual vehicles + clothes + shoes

▶️ Virtual vehicle + clothing stores

▶️ Virtual environments… and more! ‘, we read in the lawyer’s tweet

In more detail, BMW’s trademark applications relate in particular to applications distributed in downloadable media files containing graphics, text, audio and video with vehicles.
As well as “downloadable computer programs” featuring vehicles, toy vehicles, auto parts and accessories.

The giant BMW has also submitted its logo for online sales services related to virtual vehicles and virtual car parts.

Indeed, we must expect that one day we can buy a BMW (car or motorcycle) in a virtual world, or discover the brand’s new models. using 3D virtual reality (VR) headsets or glasses.

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This is what the South Korean subsidiary of RenaultRenault Korea Motors, which will showcase its cars in the virtual metaverse world The SandBox (SAND), click here to read our article.

In another registry that remains tied to car enthusiasts, Mattel recently announced the launch of a collection of NFT Hot Wheels.

Promising companies, large companies, all industries combined, are increasingly numerous to venture into the high yield non-fungible tokens industry.
The giant Nike has already raised $185 million through the sale of non-fungible tokens.

Apple, Warner Bros, Mars, Puma, LG, eBay or Starbucks have also started the lucrative trade of these increasingly popular non-fungible tokens with the general public.

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