Advanced New Technologies Co., Ltd. (Grand Cayman, KY)
As the technology develops, blockchain technologies, data recording modes that are based on blockchain networks have slowly developed.
It is possible, for instance to establish a network for copyright-protected works as well as copyright information (copyright owner information, copyrightauthor information, copyrightassignment information and more.) in the copyright protection region. of the copyrighted works. Every user is able to submit a work they have created to any node of the blockchain network. The node then creates a transaction in the blockchain based on the targetwork as well as the user’s personal details and broadcasts it to other Nodes. The nodes of the blockchain network will record the blockchain transaction to blockchains based on the consensus algorithm, which is equivalent to performing distributed recording of thefact “the target work was created by the user”.
In fact, there are many blockchain networks that provide data recording services on the market. The blockchain networks are not independent of one another and there are barriers to information among them. This makes it difficult to integrate the data from the network in order to analyze and understand the full value of data.Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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