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Author Topic: [2015-12-31] Will Bank of America Defend their Bitcoin-related Patents?  (Read 211 times)
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December 31, 2015, 01:40:34 PM
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10 Bitcoin-related patents filed by American multinational banking and financial services corporation Bank of America in 2014 have recently been published by the US Patents Office.

http://www.newsbtc.com/2015/12/31/will-bank-of-america-defend-their-bitcoin-related-patents/

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"However, most of the patents published by the US Patents Office which include offline and offline cryptocurrency vault storage, risk detection and transaction validation systems and cryptocurrency suspicious user alert system have already been implemented by many bitcoin and blockchain startups in the industry."

Did the BOA "inventor" check the state of art technology before filing the patents?
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