Ellen Britt for CNT #NFT
We’ve already brought you news about McDonald’s plans to take your order for a Big Mac in the metaverse and then deliver it (in reality!) to your door. Other restaurants want in as well.
How would this work?
Your avatar would simply walk into your local metavese McDonald’s, place your order, pay for it and continue your metaverse interactions. Meanwhile, your order is prepared and that Big Mac will soon be at your door, without you ever having to step foot outside the metaverse, or get in your car and head for the drive through.
Chomping At The Bit
Other restaurants besides McDonald’s are now apparently chomping to get in on the action as well. Inspire Brands, owners of Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Jimmy John’s and more, according to a tweet from DC trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis, has filed new trademark applications covering such products as NFTs, food and beverage offerings in virtual environments.
May I Take Your Order?
As some of the hype around pixelated jpegs as NFTs seems to be fading a bit, more and more practical use cases are making real headway, such as metaverse restaurants, real estate and retail shopping. Just as in the early days of the internet, the metaverse’s potential is only just beginning to be realized. May I take your order?