Several trademark applications have been submitted by the world’s biggest fast-food restaurant chain in an effort to open a store in the metaverse, according to the Daily Mail. McDonald’s, which has more than 39,000 stores in about 100 countries, promises that they would be able to deliver meals both in person and online.
The McDonald’s metaverse restaurant will allow people to order foods from the virtual world and have them delivered to homes.
“You are hanging out in the metaverse and get hungry. You don’t have to put down your headset. You walk into a McDonald’s and place an order. It arrives at your door a little while later,” trademark lawyer Josh Gerben stated.
Some other McDonald’s and McCafe offshoots, including entertainment and events that use the company’s and restaurant names, have been trademarked, and they include ‘online real and virtual concerts.’
Facebook’s “Horizon Worlds” is a metaverse where users may build avatars that mirror their real-life voice and gestures and interact with others in a digital world, as shown