Invented by Guillaume GONNAUD, Edouard BESSIRE, Hugo MCDONAUGH, Perpetual Altruism Ltd
The market for computer implemented methods for auctioning an item to a seller and computer implemented methods for updating a smart contract has witnessed significant growth in recent years. With the rise of blockchain technology and the increasing popularity of online auctions, these computer implemented methods have become essential tools for efficient and secure transactions.
Auctioning an item to a seller through computer implemented methods has revolutionized the traditional auction process. In the past, auctions were primarily conducted in physical locations, limiting the number of potential buyers and sellers. However, with the advent of online platforms, the reach and accessibility of auctions have expanded exponentially. Computer implemented methods enable sellers to list their items, set reserve prices, and allow buyers to place bids from the comfort of their homes. This has not only increased the number of participants but has also created a more competitive environment, resulting in better prices for sellers and greater opportunities for buyers.
One of the key advantages of computer implemented methods for auctioning is the transparency they provide. Blockchain technology, which underpins many of these methods, ensures that all transactions are recorded on a decentralized ledger, making them immutable and tamper-proof. This transparency instills trust among participants, as they can verify the authenticity and history of an item being auctioned. Additionally, smart contracts, which are self-executing contracts with predefined rules, ensure that the terms of the auction are automatically enforced, eliminating the need for intermediaries and reducing the risk of fraud.
Another significant aspect of the market is computer implemented methods for updating smart contracts. Smart contracts are an integral part of blockchain technology, as they enable the automation of transactions and agreements. However, they are not static and may require updates or modifications over time. Computer implemented methods provide a seamless way to update smart contracts without compromising their integrity. These methods allow for the addition, removal, or modification of contract terms, ensuring that the contract remains up to date and relevant.
The market for computer implemented methods for auctioning an item to a seller and updating smart contracts is expected to witness continued growth in the coming years. As more businesses and individuals recognize the benefits of these methods, the demand for efficient and secure transactional systems will increase. Moreover, advancements in blockchain technology, such as the integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning, will further enhance the capabilities of these methods, making them even more valuable in the marketplace.
In conclusion, the market for computer implemented methods for auctioning an item to a seller and updating smart contracts has revolutionized the way transactions are conducted. These methods have expanded the reach and accessibility of auctions, increased transparency and trust among participants, and automated the execution of agreements. As the market continues to evolve, businesses and individuals will increasingly rely on these methods to facilitate efficient and secure transactions.
The Perpetual Altruism Ltd invention works as follows
The method includes the following steps: (i), updating smart contract code addresses within an index to update proxied contracts; (ii), updating the database for the blockchain version system to reflect the updated smart contract code addresses. A computer-implemented method for auctioning an item is also disclosed.
Background for Computer implemented methods for auctioning an item to a seller and computer implemented methods for updating a smartcontract
3. Discussion of Related Arts
I. DIGITAL COLLECTIBLES, OWNERSHIP AND SCARCITY
1. “Manufactured and digital collectibles
2. Blockchain and Property Rights
1. “The Cryptograph
2. “The Cryptograph Ecosystem”.
The Cryptograph App
The Cryptograph Website
The Cryptograph Smart Contract
A Cryptograph cannot be destroyed
A cryptograph cannot be lost
6. Cryptograph Collectibles powered by Cryptograph
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