As a follow-up to my previous post titled, “Blockchain Embraced in the Global Fight Against IP Theft,” I was recently introduced to a start-up that is moving full speed ahead in applying blockchain technology to the protection of IP.
The company name is Vaultitude.
Vaultitude is slated to be featured in the 3rd Quarter of this year on the Ted Danson hosted MSNBC TV series the “Advancements.”
Here is how Vaultitude initially describes itself on its homepage:
“Vaultitude, formerly IPCHAIN Database, is a blockchain-based IP protection & management software solution that revolutionizes the protection of innovations and all forms of intellectual property.”
I would encourage all IP-PI-Blog readers intrigued by the potential of applying blockchain technology to the protection of IP to visit their site.
There you will find a demo (dashboard) version in which to explore their platform, a YouTube video demonstration, as well as a comprehensive white paper on their concept of applying blockchain technology to the protection of IP.
The information on their website also includes the credentials of the Vaultitude team and a sampling of their partners.
A visit to their website and earnest survey of their platform is suggested.
Link to Vaultitude: https://vaultitude.com/
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