Ripple filed four trademark applications with USPTO during the past month
Ripple, the giant that is developing XRP-based products, continues to actively claim rights to new business brands.
During the past month, the company filed four trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Ripple’s latest trademark application was filed on August 19. Named “Ripple Impact,” the new brand is intended to include a service portfolio of charities, including fundraising activities and capital improvement funding.
On August 11, Ripple filed a series of three other trademark applications, including brands like Ripple Impact, Ripple X, and Ripplex.
According to the app’s description, all three brands mention electronic payment services and monetary gifts in fiat currency:
“Trademark registration aims to include electronic financial services categories, namely monetary service for receiving and disbursing remittances and gifts in fiat and virtual currency via computer network and to exchange fiat currency and virtual currency via computer network […]”
According to publicly available data, all four brands are awaiting examination by USPTO.
Earlier this year, Ripple also filed a number of trademark applications for its flagship payment product called On-Demand Liquidity (ODL). According to the public record, the applications were accepted by the agency and assigned to an examiner.
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