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Creating A NFT Of The Work A Alternative To Patenting?


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  • VictorMedvil changed the title to Creating A NFT Of The Work A Alternative To Patenting?

First, work that can be "published" would be "copyrighted", not "patented".

But what legal authority would this blockchain have?  If you published on a blockchain and someone copied it, would  a judge recognize a "blockchain" like he or she would a copyright?

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10 minutes ago, HallsofIvy said:

First, work that can be "published" would be "copyrighted", not "patented".

But what legal authority would this blockchain have?  If you published on a blockchain and someone copied it, would  a judge recognize a "blockchain" like he or she would a copyright?

You are obviously retarded when you patent something you publish the details of how it works, at that point I stopped listening to you.

"A patent publication is a published utility patent application. A patent publication is not a patent. While a published patent application may eventually issue into a patent, the patent publication consists of only the application itself, namely, the drawings and written specification."

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