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A run-down of some of the more notable crypto and blockchain patents seen in 2017.
The announcement of Sony teaming up with IBM last August created a huge buzz as they integrate Blockchain technology with an educational platform.
UBS has filed a patent application in the US for a Blockchain-technology based system for validating users and transactions.
Nasdaq clearly sees the potential in Blockchain, but they may not be able to immediately implement the technology to track asset ownership.
Mastercard has filed a patent to use Blockchain technology to process transactions instantaneously, allowing merchants to receive funds immediately upon sale.
The U.K.’s largest internet and telecoms provider, BT, has been awarded a patent for a method to prevent malicious attacks on blockchains.
Electronics giant Sony has proposed a two-part blockchain-based multi-factor authentication system in a new patent application.
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New patent filings from American Express suggest the credit card provider is looking at blockchain as part of a consumer rewards system.
Consortium startup R3 has filed two patent applications detailing ways to apply distributed ledger tech to agreements between financial institutions.
Under the system, a Blockchain can be integrated with communications and memory devices to facilitate the data processing process.
In a new patent filing, tech giant Cisco describes a blockchain management system for monitoring Internet of Things devices on a network.
Nasdaq has been awarded a patent for a blockchain-based data matching system that could boost efficiency in clearing and settlement.