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Blockchain and IP: Promoting and Protecting Innovation in Payments

Recorded on: Feb. 5, 2018
Running Time: 01:04:40

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Taken from the One- Hour Briefing Recorded January 2018 in New York

Blockchain and IP: Promoting and Protecting Innovation in Payments [01:04:40]

Beginning with the basics of blockchain technology and IP topics ranging from patents, trade secrets, and copyrights, the One-Hour Briefing will walk through the key technical and IP components of blockchain-based payment solutions. We will also explore pragmatic IP approaches that promote innovation while allowing for widespread adoption and open usage. 

Jessie Cheng of Ripple Labs, Inc. and Aaron S. Kamlay of Morris & Kamlay LLP discuss: 

  • What is blockchain and why it matters in the context of payments
  • The environment around blockchain-related intellectual property
  • How the cross-border payment infrastructure works with today's legacy rails and how it works with emerging blockchain-based payment solutions

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  • Blockchain and IP: Promoting and Protecting Innovation in Payments
    Jessie Cheng, Aaron S. Kamlay
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