Telegram first sued Lantah, LLC in 2018, claiming common law trademark infringement and unfair competition over Gram token.
Blockchain Capital LLC has filed a lawsuit against a Florida company, claiming the latter’s name is likely to cause confusion to investors.
Florida-based Lantah claimed to have formed months before Telegram’s blockchain efforts began and that it intended to issue its own GRAM tokens.
Ripple is the subject of fresh legal action in Australia over an alleged trademark infringement in the launch of its ‘PayID’ brand.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) dismissed three trademark applications requested in connection with the Tron blockchain project.
The South Korean consumer electronics giant filed for trademark protection with USPTO on July 2, in respect of a “ThinQ Wallet” trademark.
The global sports brand has sought trademark protection for “Cryptokicks” as a name for a new platform for collecting, storing and exchange non-fungible tokens.
After dropping their controversial filing for trademark protection of the phrase ‘BUIDL’, Coinbase has justified its decision to originally file as a “100% defensive move” against patent trolls.
In the race to tie up intellectual property (IP) around cryptocurrency, some ideas have definitely been stronger than others. The latest to come from market leading wallet and exchange service Coinbase has certainly raised a few eyebrows—a trademark request for the word ‘buidl.’
Marvel Characters, a subsidiary of comic book giant Marvel Comics, is still considering whether it will file a trademark lawsuit against Wilsondom LLC over its planned cryptocurrency, the ‘Wacoinda.’