Snoop Dogg applies for another NFT trademark

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Snoop Dogg is no stranger to Non-fungible tokens (NFT). The famous American rapper’s past encounters with the non-fungible space have helped start a new trend in the entertainment business. The “Big Dogg” of the rap game has now been found to have applied for another NFT/metaverse trademark.

The rapper’s real name is Calvin Broadus. On June 14, 2022, he sent a trademark application for UNCLE SNOOP to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Michael Kondoudis, a registered trademark lawyer, tweeted about the registration on June 20. He said that it would cover clothing, shoes, headwear, virtual cannabis and smoking products, Non-Fungible Token markets, and digital collectibles.

Uncle Snoop NFT

Snoop Dogg is one of the few people in the entertainment industry who is actively involved in web3 projects. The rapper released his “The Doggies” NFT collection of 10,000 playable characters for The Sandbox in February. Snoop thought of and made all of these characters himself.

Snoop also said that he was going to open a dessert shop with a Bored Apes theme, similar to Bored and Hungry. And the restaurant named Dr. Bombay’s Sweet Exploration. The restaurant will have links to the company Food Fighters Universe, which is based in Los Angeles and run by Andy Nguyen, Kevin Seo, and Phillip Huynh. Snoop also owns two Apes, which he is very proud of.

Snoop and the Cardano network recently worked together to make the Clay Nation NFT collection. This partnership brought new features to Cardano, such as land pitches, the ability to unlock music content, and clay animations.

Even though non-fungibles have helped artists and musicians do well outside of the industry, it would be an understatement to say that the NFT space has dropped. After gaining a lot of attention and value in 2021, the space has taken a huge hit. The market for NFTs lost a whole lot of money, and the cryptocurrency market fell below $1 trillion.

Snoop’s Journey with NFTs

Snoop who is no stranger to NFTs revealed last September that he had been collecting digital tokens under the moniker Cozomo de’ Medici. And had collected approximately $17 million in NFT holdings.

In March 2021, he also published his own NFT collection, which includes an original track called “NFT” and “Snoop Dogg Coins.” And on April 20, he announced a cooperation with the digital artist behind the Nyan Cat meme to create a “Nyan Dogg” NFT. In November, he struck a rate NFT worth approximately $750,000.

Snoop made his new album B.O.D.R. (Bacc on Death Row) available on the blockchain producing a stashbox that includes one of the LP’s 17 songs as an NFT.

“If there’s one constant in the music industry, it’s that it’s continually changing,” Snoop remarked in a press release at the time. “Blockchain technology has the potential to transform everything again and tilt the scales in favor of artists and fans, and we’ll be right at the front of the pack.”

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