Blockchain and IP: asset and challenge
Managing IP explores how blockchain innovations are being protected with IP, and also pose unique challenges to patents, trade marks, copyright and trade secrets
Blockchain is essentially an encrypted, distributed ledger of data that can be used to record information and trade securely without intermediaries. For a complete description of the technology, refer to Managing IP’s last article on the subject.
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