American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish has filed two trademarks hinting she might be soon joining the crypto market.

According to the official filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Eilish is aiming at the metaverse and other digital products like non-fungible tokens (NFTs), in-game resources, tokens, and online virtual worlds.

However, no other details were said. It also remains unclear when Eilish plans to launch her own Web3-focused products. The move comes after popular YouTuber Logan Paul also joined the Web3 craze with his own NFT marketplace and a DAO venture.

According to one of the regulatory filings, the YouTuber wants to register a system where users could "engage in networking, establish work agreements and accept payments, transfer and stake cryptocurrency tokens, vote on community proposals, participate in a DAO."

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As To The Moon earlier reported, OneOf, an eco-conscious NFT platform, also entered into a partnership with Warner Music Group (WMG) on a new initiative focused WMG's catalog of music. WMG hopes that the NFTs will give the company's artists an "edge in more authentically building one-to-one relationships with their fans."