Tau papu te mau patent no te farii i te Bitcoin i te afata ume tei tapirihia

Rahi shipping rarahi tau papu, te imi ra i te fariiraa i te Bitcoin na roto i te ohipa e te haere vairaa te taviniraa, neneihia-api-hia i te patent filings faaite.

Tau papu o te eyeing i te hoe faanahoraa no te fare moni i te vairaa o te nehenehe e rave i te mau parau mau no te aufauraa, na roto i te faaohiparaa e te U.S. Patent e te mau piha (USPTO) i nia i te mahana maha. Taa e noatu i te aufauraa i te mau, the patent filing lists Bitcoin as a possible currency to pay with.

The filing outlines different methods by renters can pay for the locker, specifically stating:

“In example embodiments, the locker bank may include a point-of-sale (POS) system for accepting payment from users in the form of: … Bitcoin; and/or (5) any other suitable type of payment.”

I roto i te 2017, hau atu 20 patent filings released by the USPTO mentioned Bitcoin as a possible payment system. While the number dropped slightly from 2016, hau atu 50 patent filings-release na roto i te tiamaraa i roto i na matahiti e piti i mairi ae nei a feruri i teie reni o te feruriraa.


Te taata papai: Richard Abermann