Firearm firm patents writing gun usage data to blockchain to help prove self defense

posted 10 months ago
Justifire, a Georgia-based gun appliance manufacturer, won a blockchain based patent, described as a ‘black box’ for your gun, the device captures visual, audio, and other data for events requiring lethal force. Sensing sudden environmental changes, Justifire records dangerous encounters with the intention of protecting the right to self-defense in both the legal and public sphere.

The Justifire attachment will send data to a blockchain network of nodes for encryption and storage. “Nodes of the blockchain network may include client devices, servers, and firearm environmental recording apparatuses, and tokens of a cryptocurrency may be provided to nodes for performing data transactions in the blockchain database.”
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