Blockchains (smart contracts, distributed ledgers) and rights management broadly construed are the themes of today's Spotlight Applications. Assigned to Hessegg, the first application discloses techniques for an intellectual property trade system using a block chain, comprising at least one trader terminal connected to a block chain network in which trade information on at least one intellectual property rights subject to a trade is stored. Assigned to Bee Mortgage App, the second application discloses techniques for a compliance controller for the integration of legacy systems in smart contract asset control.
20220129980, "Intellectual property right trade system using blockchain, and operating method therefor," assigned to Hessegg, Inc. (KR).
The present invention provides an intellectual property trade system using a block chain, comprising at least one trader terminal connected to a block chain network in which trade information on at least one intellectual property rights subject to a trade is stored; and a control server comprising a trade intermediary unit that mediates trades on the intellectual property rights and stores blocks including trade information on the intellectual property rights in the block chain network and a currency issuing unit that issues a preset quantity of cryptocurrency at a unit price determined by a person who has the authority to sell the intellectual property rights and a currency trade brokerage unit and a revenue distribution unit for distributing and calculating the revenue generated from the intellectual property rights by the number of holdings compared to the total number of issued cryptocurrencies to the holders of the cryptocurrency.
20220129890, "Compliance controller for the integration of legacy systems in smart contract asset control," assigned to Bee Mortgage App, Inc.
The platform of the present disclosure may be configured to perform one or more methods via one or more systems to provide smart contract control over asset administration and management, where regulatory regimes may require the use of systems and protocols that would not otherwise be smart contract compatible by way of legal standards and/or technical constraints. Embodiments of the present disclosure may provide a compliance controller for integrating legacy system data and operations into a smart contract system in accordance with a regulated regime associated with an asset at the basis of the smart contract process. The platform may employ the compliance controller to interface the actions of the smart contract with the legacy systems associated with an asset controller operating outside of a blockchain corresponding to the smart contract. The asset controller may have off-chain control of the asset being administered and managed by the smart contract.