The world’s largest stock exchange may be planning to bring business into the Metaverse.

The New York Stock Exchange, or NYSE, has filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, or USPTO, on Thursday to register the name “NYSE” for several blockchains and crypto-related products and services. The goods specified include virtual reality and augmented reality software, nonfungible tokens (NFTs) and online marketplaces.

Also Amundi, which is currently Europe’s largest asset manager with over $2 trillion in assets under management, is considering entering the NFT market and offering its clients the ability to invest in them, according to a yet-to-published report seen by Financial News.

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7 thoughts on “The world’s largest stock exchange may be planning to bring business into the Metaverse.”

  1. I think they’re just covering for potential scenarios. They real use case for NFTs is not rights to pictures but rather governance in general (real estate ownership, bureaucratic transactions etc.) combined with digital identities like Cardano is pioneering in Ethiopia.

    This is most important in developing countries where trust is low to non existent and corruption and scams are rife. Got something trustless nobody can alter and you’ll make bank in African countries etc.

  2. I have the feeling there are more institutes wanting to make business than people actually looking forward for a metaverse.


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