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Sep 16, 2022

Founders connect

Serial entrepreneur Ric Asselstine, specialized in taking technology from R&D to market, searched out John P. Conley, mathematical economist, axiomatic game theorist, and professor in Information and Communications Technology to evaluate the future of blockchain.

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The Geeq Project

As crypto projects raced to scale, it was obvious their end users would be required to accept even greater risk. With the addition of Stephanie So, the objective was set: provide non-technical users security for their tokens and associated data transfers.

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White paper

Geeq’s White Paper began by identifying situations where trust deficits could be eliminated or reduced, if a credible information source existed. The White Paper outlined a different approach to consensus, messaging, block writing and applications that aligned incentives to increase security and lower costs.

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Patent application – Geeq’s information and communication technology

The Geeq Project’s John P. Conley and Stephanie A. So submitted a patent application for their invention of “Blockchain Methods, Nodes, Systems, and Products” on January 17, 2018.

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Geeq Corporation established

On February 20, 2018, the Geeq Corporation was incorporated in Ontario, Canada. Visit our About Us to learn more about Geeq’s team and advisors. As Co-Founder and CEO Ric Asselstine says, Geeq was “born global” and as Co-Founder and CDO Stephanie A. So said, “we knew what we had in our hands”.

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Technical paper

Co-Founder and Chief Economist John P. Conley published Geeq’s Technical Paper, which provided the mathematical proof that Geeq’s mechanism design resulted in a unique, coalition-proof, equilibrium for a decentralized network of nodes to produce provably honest and provably canonical blockchain, under very general assumptions. The requirement was that the active node list (the validating network) of a Geeq chain had to be open to a single honest node.

Because only public,

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