Snoop Dogg trademarks to bring virtual cannabis to the metaverse

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Another day, another way Snoop Dogg dominates in the metaverse.

According trademark attorney Josh Gerben, it seems like the serial entrepreneur filed a trademark for its virtual cannabis project.

At Uncle Snoop’s

Snoop Dogg filed a claim on June 14 for “UNCLE SNOOP’s,” by Gerben. The brand will include “downloadable virtual goods, namely virtual cannabis, virtual smoking accessories and virtual clothing. Additionally, the brand is expected to offer a range of image, audio and video NFTs as well as pre-rolled hemp cigarettes.

Digital weed farms

Ahead of his trademark filing, Snoop Dogg announced that he was teaming up with MOBLAND to bring digital weed farms to the metaverse, like Previously reported by Afro Tech.

“NFT 1.0 is about individual character and object, NFT 2.0 is about land and real estate, NFT 3.0 is about businesses and utilities in addition to land and real estate,” said Roy Liu, co- founder of MOBLAND, according to a press. Release. “We’re thrilled to be pioneering with the legendary Snoop Dogg in bringing digital cannabis and mass adoption to the Metaverse and GameFi 2.0. We’re looking for more ways to give back to the cannabis community.

Along with the announcement, it was revealed that Snoop Dogg and his son Cordell Broadus – which goes through Champ Médicis – have joined forces on a collaboration for digital grass NFT.

“I’ve watched my dad play video games all my life. Cannabis and game controllers live hand in hand with him, which is why I think it’s not easy to bring the metaverse and the world together. ‘digital grass,’ ChampMedici said in a statement.

“If it’s about flipping burgers at McDonald’s, be the best burger flipper in the world. Whatever you do, you have to master your craft. I have mastered my craft for decades. My son showed me the importance of working with MOBLAND to introduce the first ever digital weed farms as NFTs. There’s a paradigm shift happening here and I want to be at the forefront of that,” Snoop Dogg said in a press release.

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