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We have a simple application using blockchain that traces innovative ideas and how they grow within companies, mainly enterprises. We try to track how an idea morphs and changes, and whether we can trace it back as a proof-of-concept: Can you connect it to IP? Or are there gaps in terms of patents that you could apply for? That’s the kind of application we are using blockchain for right now.

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We have a simple application using blockchain that traces innovative ideas and how they grow within companies, mainly enterprises. We try to track how an idea morphs and changes, and whether we can trace it back as a proof-of-concept: Can you connect it to IP? Or are there gaps in terms of patents that you could apply for? That’s the kind of application we are using blockchain for right now.
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I've actually been in blockchain since about 2013. I led a dev team and we published BlackCoin, which was a cryptocurrency that did pretty well. I managed that on the marketplace for a couple of years. When we managed BlackCoin back then, I had a full out mining farm. We actually created the first multi-pool, which is how you could have thousands of miners point, and then we would solve some other more profitable algo. And we would drive the price and control the supply a bit, so it was an interesting way of tech. Now I have a patent in the works dealing with blockchain, mostly from a proof-of-trust ecosystem associated with a risk ledger. And you can kind of think about it as similar to the notion of carbon credits, but in the model of risk. A Chief Risk Officer could assign a 100K risk credits and people could then interact with it on an exchange.
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