A company owned by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, founders of the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange, has been granted a patent for a system that seeks to improve the security of digital transactions.
The application was filed in November and granted on Tuesday by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). It describes a “system, method, and program product for processing secure transactions within a cloud computing system,” with Andrew Laucius, Cem Paya and Eric Winer named as inventors (neither of the Winklevosses is included on the list).
'Oku faka'aonga'i 'e he polokalama ni hano fakataha'i 'o ha ngaahi founga angamaheni 'o e cryptographic, kau ai 'a e ngaahi tafa'aki 'o e hase mo e ngaahi fakamo'oni hingoa faka'ilekitulonika. Na'e fakamatala'i 'e fakakau 'i he tohi kole 'a e kakai 'oku fakataumu'a 'a e polokalama ke ne 'omi 'a e malu'i 'i ha fakafetongi makatu'unga 'i he 'ao 'o e koloa tatau faka'ilekitulonika.
Hiki 'a e: Sara Bauer