Crypto in Sport: Nike’s Filed Blockchain Patent Could Indicate ‘Cryptokicks’ Coin Launch Soon

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  • World famous shoe producing giant Nike has filed a patent to do with crypto, and this could mean the company is preparing for a coin launch

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At the end of last week, the global giant of the footwear industry filed an application to the US Patent Office. The trademark Nike hopes to get a patent for is called ‘cryptokicks’.

Nike will work with crypto wallets

The trademark ‘cryptokicks’ (CRK) is expected to be related to crypto wallets – ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ ones – and be connected with crypto transactions. CRK will also work with

“providing online nondownloadable computer software for use as a cryptocurrency wallet; providing a website featuring technology that enables users to mine, earn, purchase, receive by any other means, store, and transfer blockchain-based tokens, coins, cryptocurrencies, and other crypto assets,” according to the filing.

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A ‘Cryptokicks’ coin may appear

The company has not clarified or even announced its plans regarding blockchain and crypto but the filing says, the patent will provide:

“Financial services, namely, providing a digital currency or digital token for use by members of an online community via a global computer network.”

A possible name for the coin is ‘Cryptokicks’.

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