- Geeq’s innovations open the door to microtransactions for fractions of a cent
- The patent would further expand IP protection to 153 states
- Patent application includes new areas such as multi-signature accounts and transactions
Waterloo, ON, Canada, June 18: Geeq Corporation has announced the filing of an international patent application to protect its intellectual property in relation to “bearer tokens”. The tokens operate akin to tiny digital cheques, enabling small value transactions for fees as low as $0.001. The latest application via the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) builds on Geeq’s earlier United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) filing, with the aim of acquiring protection on a pan-global basis.
The PCT has 153 contracting states and enables successful applicants to hold a priority position in these jurisdictions for up to 30-31 months before making local filings, enabling more flexible patent strategies. Geeq’s new PCT filing also encompasses subject matter related to multiple signature (multisig) accounts and multisig payment transactions for Geeq Chain-based ledgers.
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