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    US Air Force Files Metaverse Trademark for 'Spaceverse'

    The United States Air Force has filed a trademark application for a metaverse called SPACEVERSE. According to United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) licensed trademark attorney Mike Kondodis, the Metaverse trademark application was filed on April 14, 2022.

    The spaceverse will be used by the US Air Force for the convergence of physical and digital realities. Additionally, the SPACEVERSE Metaverse will provide the US Air Force with an extended-reality training, test and operations environment.

    Given the evolving nature of warfare in different parts of the world, the US military is looking to modernize its strategy. Furthermore, geopolitical tensions between global military superpowers have escalated with the ongoing Russo-Ukraine War. As a result, the adoption of the Metaverse by the US military to enable training and testing of modern weapons is by no means surprising to many.

    Remember, defense is rooted in invincibility and that is why America is keen to adopt an invincible method of training. In addition, they will have more training bases on space which are completely under their control.

    It takes long, sometimes years, of training for fighter pilots, ground boots, and related engineers. By entering the Metaverse market, the US Air Force is set to save a lot of money from taxpayers. In addition, some of the resources will be used for simulating Air Force trainees in the future.

    Speculation about the blockchain ecosystem the US Air Force will deploy continues on various social media platforms. Nevertheless, the US Air Force is likely to develop its own blockchain.

    Clearly, the US is keen to keep its combat prowess a secret, especially when it comes to technology, so the trademark filing has likely been taken off the USPTO website.

    Nonetheless, the adoption of blockchain technology by the US Air Force is a major milestone for the industry. Additionally, the metaverse is expected to explode as a place of innovation as more institutional investors grow in the coming years.

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