Fidelity Investments Files Trademark Applications for Metaverse
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Fidelity Investments, one of the largest mutual fund companies in the US, has filed three trademark applications for metaverse services and non-fungible tokens, Mike Kondoudis, a trademark and patent attorney said in a tweet.

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Although Fidelity made on public statements regarding the matter, the trademark applications display the company's interest in the metaverse and other virtual worlds, NFT-based content and e-wallet services.

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In the meantime, Fidelity is expanding its crypto offerings for retail investors. The Boston-based company recently unveiled the so-called Fidelity Crypto service, where users can buy and or bitcoin (EXANTE: Bitcoin) and ether (ETH) without having to pay any fees.

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