You worked hard to create it. Keep it safe.
Register your copyright to protect your creative work, control how and when it is used, and prevent and stop unauthorized copying of the same.
from $99 + federal fees (charged when filed)
Why register your copyright?
Put the World on Notice
Registering your copyright puts the world on notice that you own your artistic work.
Required to Enforce
Should you ever need to enforce your rights, registration will be required.
And as the art world goes digital, use our exclusive service to create an NFT of your work!
What can I copyright?
Two great options to register your copyright
Standard Copyright Package
$99 plus gov fees*
Platinum Copyright Package
$199 plus gov fees*
How to register your copyright
We’ll assemble your copyright application and, depending on your package, mint an fungible NFT for your work on the blockchain. It’s that easy!
Frequently asked questions
Usually, determining whether something can be copyrighted is easy. Original works of art, photographs, books, movies, songs are copyrightable. When you start moving towards more technical works and drawings, it can become a little trickier. At The Trademark Company, we can help you copyright your:
Copyrights protect artistic works such as books, photographs, arts, movies and music.
A trademark protects a word, phrase, symbol and/or design that distinguishes the source of the goods. A trademark, if properly maintained, can last forever.
A patent protects “any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof”. Unlike trademarks, which protect a brand name and recognition, a patent protects an invention, including the functionality or design. A patent gives the owner the exclusive right to manufacture products or employ processes covered by the patent for 20 years from the earliest priority date.
Generally speaking, the owner of a copyright registration has the right to do the following:
In most cases, a copyright lasts for the life of the author plus 70 years. For instance, if the author of the work died in 1970, then the copyright, in most situations, would last until 2040. For works made for hire, and for anonymous and pseudonymous works, the duration of copyright is 95 years from publication or 120 years from creation, whichever is shorter.
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