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Real Madrid And FC Barcelona Take Leap Of Faith In Metaverse 

The renowned football clubs Real Madrid and FC Barcelona have applied to acquire trademarks for certain elements in the metaverse. In the application, the clubs mentioned conducting various activities and offering services in the virtual world.   

Trademark filing indicates the clubs are showing subsequent interest in launching their own crypto wallets. Though it’s not confirmed, there are some hints that they might introduce gaming software on the blockchain. As per reports, trademark filing was initiated back on August 5 2022.   

As part of this excellent approach, the Real Madrid and FC Barcelona fans could get a chance to win virtual merchandise. Initiatives like this add to the rising popularity of metaverse and blockchain.   

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