Pop singer Christina Aguilera has trademarked non-fungible tokens and the Metaverse with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
The singer of “Genie in a Bottle” wants to make art, audio, text, and videos related to music and the performing arts that can be downloaded. To prove that these files are real, non-transferable tokens would be used. The pop star wants to sell a wide range of virtual items, such as art, clothing, hats, shoes, glasses, beauty products, and more. Aguilera would also like to offer entertainment services like musical performances and virtual appearances. In the late 1990s, the pop singer rose to fame with her self-titled debut album, which sold about 14 million copies around the world. In the United States, the 1999 release, which led to a number of big hits, was given an 8x platinum rating. On the other hand, Aguilera didn’t sell as many albums as her then-rival Britney Spears, who has two albums that have been certified as diamond.
After a few albums in the 2000s, like “Stripped” and “Back and Basic,” that did pretty well, the singer’s career went downhill quickly with the release of “Bionic” in 2010. The critics and fans didn’t like Aguilera’s sixth studio album, and it didn’t sell very well. It was compared to Lady Gaga’s “The Fame,” which was a huge hit. Soon after “Bionic” came out, it started to fall off the charts, and Aguilera hasn’t been the same since. The 41-year-old industry veteran could start a new business by issuing NFTs, but just filing trademarks doesn’t mean she has any immediate plans to do anything with cryptocurrency. Based on what U. Today, Miley Cyrus, a pop star, also filed several documents related to NFT and Metaverse. These were done about a month ago.