SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- On January 28, 2020, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted Conio Inc. U.S. Patent No. 10,547,441 for Method and Apparatus for Restoring Access to Digital Assets.
Founded in 2015 in San Francisco by Italian natives Vincenzo Di Nicola and Christian Miccoli, Conio is a blockchain startup with offices in both the US and Italy, that makes cryptocurrencies easy and safe to use for the general public. Conio is funded by Poste Italiane (Italy's largest state-controlled financial institution) and other banks.
Conio offers digital wallet services through both its consumer app and in white and private label versions to banks. The company provides financial institutions, banks and insurance companies with integrated enterprise solutions for digital asset management, from custody services of cryptocurrency holdings, to the integration of blockchain protocols within cards and smartphone payment services.
Commenting on the issuance of the patent, Vincenzo Di Nicola, co-Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Conio, said the new patent is further proof of the technological prowess of Conio in blockchain digital asset management.
"We are striving to build ingenious, yet easy-to-use, solutions to meet the growing demand of partnerships that we are getting from enterprises and financial institutions" Di Nicola said. Jeffrey M. Capaccio, Of Counsel with the law firm Carr & Ferrell LLP, commented, "Carr & Ferrell is very pleased to represent Conio Inc. as it develops its IP portfolio with cutting-edge technologies."
To learn more about Conio Inc., visit http://www.conio.com
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