Patents News

A patent is an exclusive right granted to an inventor in exchange for the disclosure of the invention, offered by a sovereign state or intergovernmental organization. A patent is a form of intellectual property and is granted only for some period of time. Patented technology is protected against it being duplicated for the commercial use of other entities other then its inventor. Being an important part of many businesses, technological and fintech patents are strongly protected. Still, there is room for further development. For example, blockchain patents can help with validating data about the invention and in proving the time of its establishment. Blockchain network for patents, alongside networks for storing other crucial data, such as health information or renting contracts, are an important field of study and are in the process of development.
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But the company with the most patents isn’t even American.
The US is number one...in blockchain patents
Ting Peng
2020-09-20T21:00:00+01:00
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Square is launching a consortium to pool patents and democratize access to innovative blockchain technologies.
Square launches cryptocurrency patent alliance to fight the trolls
Samuel Haig
2020-09-11T06:18:32+01:00
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Can blockchain help settle the mail-in voting debate?
US Rep. Darren Soto is excited about the recent USPS blockchain voting patent
Benjamin Pirus
2020-08-25T21:18:27+01:00
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Verisign, a publicly traded company providing domain name registry services, has been granted a blockchain-based patent.
Verisign Wins US Patent for Blockchain Powered Domain Names
Helen Partz
2020-07-22T02:46:00+01:00
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Okamoto explains why his “electronic cash” patent may have presented obstacles to Hal Finney’s plans to make his own electronic currency.
Renowned Cryptographer Says His Patent Was an Obstacle for Hal Finney
Michael Kapilkov
2020-07-04T20:00:00+01:00
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Tencent has reportedly expanded its dominance in blockchain patents after filing for DLT-based fund management, advertising and media storage solutions.
Chinese Tech Giant Tencent Files New Slew of Blockchain Patents
Samuel Haig
2020-06-19T10:01:00+01:00
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Oscar-winning director shares conspiracy theory which claims Microsoft’s recent crypto mining patent is satanic.
Oscar-Winner’s Satanic Conspiracy Theory on COVID-19 and Crypto Goes Viral
Samuel Haig
2020-05-03T22:30:00+01:00
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35 multinational companies have applied for 212 blockchain-related patents in China, including Microsoft and Mastercard.
Sony and Other Major Multinationals File 212 Blockchain Patents in China in 2020
Mohammad Musharraf
2020-04-09T15:13:00+01:00
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