Despite how the market for digital assets suffered against the background of the decline in the GTC, as well as the depreciation of LUNA and UST, some techno-giants do not even think to pause in the implementation of their crypto-plans. For example, the media recently began to actively discuss applications that a subsidiary of Meta, Facebook, filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
The Dfinity Foundation, a nonprofit Blockchain organization, filed a lawsuit against Meta. The “apple of discord” was reportedly the infinity logo. The Swiss foundation was not affected by the use of the image itself, but by its involvement specifically in the provision of cryptography and distributed registry technology services. Specifically, the Dfinity Foundation has claims against one of Meta’s subsidiaries, Facebook.
The other day Frances Haugen, the so-called “whistleblower” of Facebook, gave an interview to the popular Politico. In a conversation with journalists, the former employee of the social network expressed her concern about Meta’s inclusion in the meta universe.
Meta, the parent company of social media giant Facebook, plans to introduce tokens and digital currency into its ecosystem and provide lending services for apps including Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger. The company aims to explore alternative sources of revenue as interest in Facebook and Instagram among users declines.