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Bitcoin startup 21 has applied for a patent for mining circuitry that “may be used to mine digital currency such as bitcoins,” with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The submission, originally filed in April last year by the startup that recently released a $400 bitcoin computer, was published as a submission by the USPTO on October 15, 2015. The filing lists the following names as inventors of the digital currency mining circuitry: Matthew Pauker, co-founder and now chairman (CEO at the time of application) Nigel Drego, co-founder, and chief architect Veerbhan Kheterpal, co-founder, and president Daniel Fir, co-founder […]
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