GTCH – Mobile Database Patent – Final Grant Status

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GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) Mobile Database Patent Granted
GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) Mobile Database Patent Granted

On November 17th 2020, GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ), revealed that its mobile database sharing, non-provisional patent received its final grant status and will be formally issued on December 1st, 2020. This is an update to their October 5th, 2020 announcement. 


GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) Patent

This patent is set to generate an innovative level of mobile database management under secured communication protocol. Its purpose is to increase database processing speed and security over networks. Founded on the progress defined in the patent, it is thought that mobile and IoT devices may be able to share/exchange vast amounts of data through object segmentation/assembly techniques. The robust security feature is attained by splitting data into several sections, shared among many devices, and re-assembling them according to indexed algorithms.

The patent protects branded algorithms and approaches for storing and sharing the information of database items amongst networks like radio, cellular, WLAN, LAN, microchip’s internal communication and the Internet. GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) aims to target this invention for fast and extremely protected database processing over networks. By using this creation, GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) believes that an added network security layer is created and hypothetically enhances its speed. This technique and system is intended to work with high and low speed networks and in combination with GBT’s approved Guardian Patch patent with the goal of shielding global tracking devices allowing other security for its radio, wireless, and Internet networks. GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) will file a continuation for this patent in order to widen its defensive scope. 


Also, GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) recently announced on November 12th, 2020 they started research in the Kirlian Electrophotography imaging technique theoretically designed for inclusion within its qTerm device. This is a human vitals device driven by AI and is meant to measure human vitals with the touch of a finger. 

Illustration of Kirlian photograph of a fingertip, 1989:

gtch fingertip test
gtch fingertip test

Actual Test imaging (for presentation purposes only):

gtch hand test
gtch hand test

GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) Security Details

GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) Security Details
GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) Security Details

GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) has been trading in the 52-week range of $0.0087 to $1.79 with an average volume of 510,954. There are 232,398,142 shares outstanding, 110,644,088 shares restricted, 121,754,054 shares unrestricted, and 5,266,985 shares in the float. 

For more information about GBT Technologies, Inc. ( OTCMKTS : GTCH ) visit http://gbtti.com