- Famous fast-food companies file trademark applications for their name and logo.
- This includes Dunkin, KFC, Hooters, PizzaHut, and Taco Bell.
- The trademark gives these companies NFTs, metaverse for virtual restaurants, and other online features.
As the meta-blockchain realm proliferates, many business firms, restaurants, and other companies are booking their future in the NFT world. Notably, fast food companies like Dunkin, Hooters, KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell filed trademark applications for their name and logo.
Mike Kondoudis, USPTO licensed trademark attorney, tweeted this information regarding the new updates from each fast-food company.
In detail, all these fast-food chains have geared up to get trademarks for virtual foods and drinks, NFTs, NFT backed multimedia, online stores for virtual goods, and virtual restaurants with “actual and virtual goods”.
Furthermore, after the trademark application, all these fast-food chains have received the right to sell their products for each of the Web3 features.
Dunkin has filed two trademark applications for its name and logo. Specifically for virtual food, entertainment services, non-downloadable virtual food items, virtual gifts, mixed reality contents, data, etc.
Hooters also filed trademark applications, especially for online retail services, downloadable multimedia files containing artwork, text audio, video files, and NFTs.
Meanwhile, Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell have also received trademarks with codes for the right to do online services, online video games, downloadable loyalty cards, and many other online blockchain services.