Winklevoss IP, belonging to the brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, got a patent on the system for the increase of safety of digital transactions in accordance with the patent document, published on April, 10 in Management on Patent and Trademarks Office of the USA (SPTO).
A request was given in November and given on Tuesday by Management on Patent and Trademarks Office of the USA (USPTO). In him the “system, method and software product, is described for treatment of safe transactions in a calculable nephystem”, and Andrew Laucius, Cem Paya and Eric Eric Winer is named inventors (none of Winklevoss is plugged in a list).
As authors assert in a patent, the system will provide the safe means of background check, to prevent a “unauthorized division to information through external connections of data”.
The “real invention is an improvement of technology of computer security. The computer systems to date are subject to the attack, be that introduction of harmful code or unauthorized division to information through external connections to data, such as the Internet”, an appendix explains, adding:
“As computer systems all more often pass to the up-diffused calculable architectures, such as a cloud computing, external connections of data are often needed for functioning of the computer system”.
Winklevoss IP, LLC, a legal entity, supervisory a patent, has a row of trademarks and five patents, including the this last.
The system of safety of the cloud computing, patented by twins of Winklevoss, can be applied to their Cryptocurrency Exchange Gemini, that will begin to offer the transaction of blockchain of cryptocurrency with plenties of bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) outside the ordinary order-books, since April, 12.
As reported earlier, the rates of the patent requests related to the sectional chain and cryptocurrencies grew in the last months. One recent patent, awarded to the company belonging to the car manufacturer Ford, supposed that a firm examined the use of technology for the facilitation of transactions between cars.