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  • Another new trademark has been filed with the United States patent and trademark office by the San Francisco blockchain company Ripple.
  • Filed earlier this month, the filing for the trademark doesn’t give much away in regards to what kind of business or product will be marketed under its name. 

Another new trademark has been filed with the United States patent and trademark office by the San Francisco blockchain company Ripple.

Filed earlier this month on the 6th of November, the filing for the trademark doesn’t give much away in regards to what kind of business or product will be marketed under its name. Known as PayString, this trademark registration is very similar to that of the Ripplenet filing earlier in 2020.

The description indicates that PayString would cover a variety of different categories of electronic financial services.

Furthermore, this could be used for Fiat currency and digital currencies for omittance and gifts.

Earlier this year in August, the company failed to more trademark applications with the patent and trademark office in the US. This included the same application descriptions of PayString and Ripplenet.

You can see the filing here.

This year has been somewhat lacklustre for the XRP token. The price action for the currency has been slow to say the least but some believe that it could be getting ready for some further excitement before the end of the year.

It will also be interesting to see where the PayString trademark goes and what kind of product it will end up becoming.

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Author: Robert Johnson

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