The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) dismissed three trademark applications requested in connection with the Tron blockchain project.
The patent granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) details an innovative blockchain system for recording and transferring ownership of the sneakers.
IBM has secured a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a blockchain system aimed at “preventing anonymous theft by drones.”
The browser will maintain a record of browser events in a blockchain using a peer-to-peer network, according to IBM’s patent filing.
The South Korean consumer electronics giant filed for trademark protection with USPTO on July 2, in respect of a “ThinQ Wallet” trademark.
The global sports brand has sought trademark protection for “Cryptokicks” as a name for a new platform for collecting, storing and exchange non-fungible tokens.
Paypal have secured a patent that would hope to protect users against ransomware by saving protected copies of data that may be under attack.
The media giant seeks to develop a blockchain-powered identity system capable of receiving validated identity data, which it will send “to at least one node of the distributed system,” and then generate an identity token.
The patent describes a system for facilitating cash handling via the blockchain, leveraging the advantages of distributed ledger tech for improving efficiency and effectiveness.
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.
In the race to tie up intellectual property (IP) around cryptocurrency, some ideas have definitely been stronger than others. The latest to come from market leading wallet and exchange service Coinbase has certainly raised a few eyebrows—a trademark request for the word ‘buidl.’