That should be exciting.
It’s time to get excited about the metaverse for boomers! Can you imagine a metaverse for AARP members, where they all get together and talk about visits to the doctor and how cheap gas was when they were younger?
Well, soon you might be able to at AARPMeta.org, and you’ll be able to trade your AARP NFTs there, too.
OK, not really. But yesterday, the AARP registered AAARPcoin.org , AARPCrypto.org, AARPMeta.org, AARPNFT.org, and the .com versions of each of these domains.
They aren’t the only old-school group that registered crypto domains yesterday. A handful of MarkMonitor clients registered similar domains, which makes me think MarkMonitor pushed the idea to its clients.
The venture capital firm Greylock Partners and the law firm Harness, Dickey & Pierce also got in on the game with domains like CryptoHarnessIP.com, GreylockMeta.com, and HarnessIPmetaverse.com.
Great — a metaverse of IP lawyers!
Warner Bros registered some domains, but those sound cooler. I might check out JusticeLeagueMeta.com or BugsBunnyMetaverse.com.
At least MarkMonitor, which is now owned by Clarivate, eats its own dog food. It registered CryptoClarivate.com, ClarivateNFT.net, CryptoMarkMonitor.com, and similar domains.
Here are some of the domains the companies registered over the past two days: