In 2017 the US block chain patent application almost doubled


nnnIn 2017 the United States encrypted currency and block chain related patent applications submitted and published almost doubled the number. The number of patent applications increased significantly over the five years beginning in 2012, but the rate of passage has declined.n
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n2017 US encrypted currency and block chain related to the number of patent applications submitted and published almost doubled.n
nThe USPTO, Patent and Trademark Office database shows that 390 patents related to block chains were issued in January and July this year.n
nOverall, an increase of 90% over the same period in 2016, when USPTO received 204 patent applications.n
nThis database includes the combination of keyword terms such as Bitcoin, Ether Square, Block Chain, and Distributed Letters.n
nPublic and private sector interest increases, and these data demonstrate that the chain-chain concept is experiencing R u0026 D. Over the past few months, applications involving Bitcoin mining derivatives, car encrypted currency payments, blockholders based on the block chain, there are many.n
nLook at the number of applications over the past five years, you can understand the growth rate significantly. The number of applications in 2012 is only 71, there are 469 in 2016.n
nThe number of related patents has also increased.n
nApproved patents increased from 70 in 2013 to 152 in 2016. And the application rate has decreased.n
nAlthough most applications were approved in 2011 and 2012, only 50% of the pass rate was achieved in 2015 and 2016.n
nSome of the recently approved patents have become headlines and are major achievements in long-term intellectual property protection. Such as Goldman Sachs’ access to SETLcoin’s patented currency, AT

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