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Crypto Coin Wallet Cards Files 301 Citation of Prior Artwork

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A copy of the 301 filed against BitBills patent on paper wallets and other bitcoin and litecoin cold storage methods.

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Crypto Coin Wallet Cards Files 301 Citation of Prior Artwork

  1. 1. 301 Response to BitBills Patent By Crypto Coin Wallet Cards   http://www.CryptoCoinWalletCards.com Page 1   IN THE UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE In re patent application of Douglas Feigelson Pub. No. US 2013/0166455 A1 Pub. Date: Jun. 27, 2013 Appl.No: 13/336,779 Filed: Dec.23, 2011 For: Creating and using digital currency Submission of Prior Art Under 35 U.S.C. 301 Hon. Commissioner for Patents P.O. Box 1450 Alexandria, VA 22313-1450 Sir: The undersigned herewith submits in the above-identified patent the prior art available electronically at the following web address: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737.0 . Hereinafter, the aforementioned prior art will be referred to as “the Prior Art.” The undersigned attaches paper copies of the Prior Art to this submission. The Prior Art is pertinent and applicable to the patent and is believed to have a bearing on the patentability of at least Claims 1-9. The information in the Prior Art was published in the period 6th of August – 17th of November 2010.   The Prior Art discloses an apparatus for creating and using digital currency that is strikingly similar to the apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 1 in having a physical device that carries value and can be physically delivered in a transaction comprising: (1) a representation of value carried by a physical device which representation can be used to transfer the value from the physical device to a digital domain; (2) a security feature that can change from a state indicating that the value carried by the physical device has not been compromised to a state indicating that the value carried by the physical device may have been compromised; (3) the change in the state of the security system is detectable; (4) the representation of the value carried by the physical device is inaccessible except in a manner that causes the security feature to change state. The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 2 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having a physical device that comprises a portable device.
  2. 2. 301 Response to BitBills Patent By Crypto Coin Wallet Cards   http://www.CryptoCoinWalletCards.com Page 2   The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 3 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having the representation of the value which is expressed in a human readable form. The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 4 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having the representation of the value which is expressed in a human readable form comprising of printed characters. The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 5 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having in the representation of the value which is expressed in a machine readable form. The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 6 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having the representation of the value which is expressed in a machine readable form comprising a one-dimensional or two-dimensional bar or mark code. The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 7 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having the code comprising a QR. The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 8 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having the representation of the value comprising a secret. The apparatus of Feigelson stated in Claim 9 is strikingly similar to the apparatus for creating and using digital currency described in the Prior Art in having the representation of the value comprising a private key of a public key and private key pair. Insofar as Claims 1-9 are concerned, the Prior Art clearly anticipates the claimed subject matter under 35 U.S.C. 102. Respectfully submitted, (Signed) Certificate of Service I hereby certify on this twenty-second day of July 2013, that a true and correct copy of the foregoing “Submission of Prior Art” was mailed by first-class mail, postage paid, to: FISH & RICHARDSON P.C. (BO)
  3. 3. 301 Response to BitBills Patent By Crypto Coin Wallet Cards   http://www.CryptoCoinWalletCards.com Page 3   P.O. BOX 1022 MINNEAPOLIS MN 55440-1022 The United States of America (Signed)  
  4. 4. Date: August 16, 2013 The following is in response to your August 16, 2013 request for delivery information on your Signature Confirmation™ item number 9410810200883855494717. The delivery record shows that this item was delivered on July 25, 2013 at 10:28 am in ALEXANDRIA, VA 22313 to E BOSTON. The scanned image of the recipient information is provided below. Signature of Recipient : Address of Recipient : Thank you for selecting the Postal Service for your mailing needs. If you require additional assistance, please contact your local Post Office or postal representative. Sincerely, United States Postal Service

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