Non-fungible token (NFT) enthusiast Steph Curry has filed a trademark for the “Curryverse," an indication that the National Basketball League (NBA) star has plans for interactive “virtual environments” and NFTs.
Per CoinDesk, the full trademark filing includes rights for “entertainment services, personal, and virtual and metaverse appearances” by Curry.
The trademark also includes “online gaming services in the nature of virtual worlds.”
Curry has been an ambassador for crypto exchange FTX since September 2021. Curry also purchased a Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT in August 2021.
The basketball star’s collection also includes other digital collectibles, such as a membership pass to Web3 golf startup LinksDAO.
Curry had his first official NFT release in partnership with Under Armour in December 2021, grossing more than 2200 ETH (around $3.5 million) in sales volume, according to OpenSea.