Winklevoss IP, which belongs to the brothers Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss , has filed another patent application with the US Patent and Trademark Office, which describes ways to store digital assets based on mathematical calculations.
The system consists in generating multiple accounts on the computer in an isolated room, creating their identifiers and secret keys.
Private keys must be split into a large number of segments written on cards with the corresponding identifier. This makes it possible to create sets of cards that correspond to private keys.
In June, the twins received a patent for the creation of traded products related to crypto-currencies and digital assets, and in April apatent for a system aimed at improving the security of digital transactions.
Earlier we wrote that the Winklewoss brothers are suspected of bribery when their exchange was licensed after a major donation to the state governor.