Prolific patent filer Mastercard has applied for protection of yet another blockchain innovation—a platform that would allow anonymous blockchain transactions, using a somewhat familiar method.
Intel was born by being on the cutting edge of technology, so it’s no surprise that the tech giant would continue to ensure that it is able to be an influencer.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has approved Xerox’s patent for a blockbhain-based way to track electronic revisions.
San Francisco-based B2B software company Salesforce has been awarded a patent for a blockchain application aimed specifically at spam email.
Bank of America has secured its latest cryptocurrency patent, in the form of a hardware device designed to securely store cryptographic keys offline.
Financial services giant Mastercard has snapped up yet another patent, this time for fractional cryptocurrency banking.
Nasdaq has been granted a new patent for a newswire service powered by the blockchain, leveraging the benefits of distributed ledger technology to release news in a securely, timely fashion.
The new digital rights management (DRM) system builds on Sony and Sony Global Education’s platform for authenticating, sharing and rights management of educational data.
The patent describes how blockchain technology can be used to monitor network security breaches within computer systems.
Tech giant IBM is seeking to patent a system that will utilize distributed ledger technology (DLT) to address security and privacy concerns following the increasing popularity and usage of drones—both commercially and for recreational purposes
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are seeking another patent, this time for a blockchain-based system designed for “securely storing digital assets” like cryptocurrency.