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Show ownership with the Registered emoji! An emoji version of the popular registered trademark symbol, it’s used to signify that a trademark or service mark has been registered in an official patent and trademark office. Meanwhile, the design of this emoji is rather simple, it’s made up of the letter R inside a black circle.

Some like to refer to it as the emoji counterpart of the blue trick or verified symbol, which is not too far a stretch. Many times online, this emoji sign is sent along with a certain item to check if the item has been trademarked, before the user goes ahead and uses it. In some cases, the r emoji, as it is sometimes called, is also used to show that an article, page, or link is legally and officially recognized.

If you’re texting someone to let them know that your car has finally been registered, or if you’ve joined a specific association, community, or job space, you may include the registration emoji in your post. What it definitely is not is an R rated emoji. Believe it or not, when it first came out in 1993, that’s what people confused it with, which doesn’t seem too far-fetched once you think about it, since both emojis feature the letter R.

®️ Registered is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 1.1 which was introduced in 1993, and was added to Emoji 0.6.

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Registered Emoji History

Registered Emoji is created in the year 1993.

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