Nike is laying out the metaverse

On November 3, news, sports brand Nike (Nike) submitted a number of trademark applications such as “NIKE” and “Just Do It” to the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Trademark usage means that it can be used to download virtual items. Including sports shoes, clothes, headwear, sports backpacks and other products with computer programming features.

For users to use online or in the virtual network world. People familiar with the matter said that Nike currently regards this area as a priority. A series of virtual products may be launched in the next few months.

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