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Patent Office Grants Against Second Patent for Stock Rewards Technology

Patent Office Grants Against Second Patent for Stock Rewards Technology

PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today is Saturday. The trash is blown. US Patent Office (USPTO) patents issued in a patent filing for the stock rewards platform on whose mission is to create an ownership economy through edgy and centralized entry point to investing today 11 11113 709 o'clock 11 113 sexy 9 yeoclock 9 11 12 a.m. This is the key process of managing stock inventory and allocating fractional shares to end users.

The patent covers the ability to adjust the number of shares purchased in real time, in order to distribute those shares into consumer's individual brokerage accounts. Bumped can handle multiple events both in real time and with time, so that it is possible for Bump to optimize the stock inventory for distribution to consumer's brokerage accounts. Bumped has the ability to scale stock acquisitions without repurchasing stock.

This patent adds to Bumped's existing issued patents, which also includes USPTO patent and USCPTO. 9 9 842 344 . The earlier patent covers the initial concept of using stock as a reward for the consumer's loyalty to the company. Bumped filed many other patents, all focused on rationalization of stock as reward.

Bumped's growing patent portfolio is testament to the method and processes required to reward consumers using stock, and its commitment to creating a secure, secure and scalable platform.

Why do stock rewards? According to a survey done by Bumped, 88 percent of users would participate if they were given the chance to be rewarded in stock by their financial institution, and 66 percent would be more likely to use other banking products because

"We're excited to put these innovative solutions in-store for brands and banks to build new relationships with their consumers in a very new way. The CEO and CEO of Bumped said. Rewarding consumers in this way can fundamentally change markets and create broader inclusiveness. "We believe that as the first company to provide fractional shares of stock as loyalty, this patent shows the unique way that Bumped lets brands and financial institutions deliver stock rewards quickly and efficiently and further validate our work creating an ownership economy."

About Bumped About a dump.

Bumped is a tech company that wants to create an ownership economy. Bumped's technology gives consumers the power to turn everyday spending into free stock ownership. Its suite of tools helps businesses reward their customers in fractional shares. Bumped believes that we all create the economy together, and we should all have the opportunity to benefit from that.

Disclosures are not reported.

The website and the app of Bumped are operated by Bump, Inc. Brokerage services are provided by the Bupol Financial LLC member FINRA/SIPC. More about Bumped Financial LLC on the FINRA BrokerCheck website.

One can lose the value of investing in securities. Past performance isn't a guarantee of future results. Nothing on this site should be construed as a price or price offer.

Any market, economic, or performance data shown is for hypothetical and illustrative purposes only. Don't represent actual results. Participation is only for investors who understand and agree to the risks inherent in their Bumped Accounts. Only qualifying purchases made according to the terms and conditions are eligible for stock rewards. Bumped doesn't charge brokerage fees. Bumped reserves the right to restrict or revoke any of Bump's offer at any time.

Investors receive rewards for their shares of ETFs. Investors should consider their investment objectives, risks, carefully before investing. The fund prospectus includes information about this and other information. Before you decide to invest, please read the prospectus carefully.

Rewards are earned for investment after qualifying purchases but may be reversed if the qualifying transaction is later reverse. Bumped does not risk a market movement for returned items or disqualified transactions.

Bumped Inc., its subsidiaries, agents, and employees expressly disclaim any responsibility for, or disown, maintain, endorse, nor endorse third-party sites, organizations, products, services, etc. and make no representation about complete

A few notes on fractional shares aren't usually transferred between brokerage firms. If you want to transfer your Bumped account, you may have to sell your fractional shares first. Fractional shares can't be put into certificate form or physically mailed, and neither do they have voting rights.

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SOURCE Bumped Inc.

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