Obfuscation Of Intent In Transactions Using Cryptographic Techniques

  • Published: Dec 1, 2016
  • Earliest Priority: May 26 2015
  • Family: 10
  • Cited Works: 0
  • Cited by: 14
  • Cites: 7
  • Additional Info: Full text
Abstract

Methods and systems described herein prevent traders from using order intent and hardware solutions to advance their order position by obfuscating the order until execution and by using a digital ledger to assign priority of the orders. As described herein, using a series of cryptographic key pairs, one side of a transaction can be created, matched, and executed while a public record is recorded and maintained but obfuscated (i.e., not publicly transparent) until after the transaction is completed.


Claims
Download PDF
Document Preview
Document History
  • Publication: Dec 1, 2016
  • Application: May 25, 2016
    US US 201615164341 A
  • Priority: May 25, 2016
    US US 201615164341 A
  • Priority: May 26, 2015
    US US 201562166515 P

Download Citation


Sign in to the Lens

Feedback