I am looking for a Patent Agent or Attorney to write a CIP patent based on one that's already filed.
We currently have two patents filed. The first of which has recently been granted to us and the second is making its way through the USPTO review process.
The second patent is titled: “Systems and methods for managing data assets associated with peer-to-peer networks”, and I’d like to have a CIP patent written that expands upon the use case scenarios in this patent.
Link to application: [url removed, login to view]
The coverage and additional claims I would like to file for are blockchain and cryptocurrency related use-cases. Fortunately for us, blockchain leverages a peer-to-peer technology, and I briefly referenced financial and insurance applications for the patent in section  of the application.
A requirement for this project is a general knowledge for how blockchain works from a technical and business standpoint.
I imagine the project approximately following the below outline:
1 – Review blockchain technology and how it leverages peer-to-peer protocols to operate
2 – Decide novel points that should be included in our CIP patent filing
3 – Write CIP patent application
Thank you and I look forward to working together!
Also - I’ve included section  of the current patent below. This is the basis that we’ll be using to file the CIP and therefore expanding the claims based off of:
" One or more embodiments of the present invention provide novel systems and methods for application in industries including but not limited to advertising and marketing, sales, insurance (ranging from underwriting to claims processing to lead generation for policy sales), intellectual property protection, the anti-piracy and digital security arts, polling and social science research, and the like. For instance, embodiments of the present invention may be configured to provide business applications for in-house use by financial services companies to build and maintain databases in which our software can track, monitor, mine and perform other operations on transaction and/or customer data for management, security, and other business purposes.
Relevant business applications, for example, include means for using the present invention to track money to detect fraud, money laundering, and other suspicious movements of cash, where suspicion may be related to the quantities of cash being moved, the IP addresses involved in all levels of the transaction, and other elements of the digital exchange of data therein via one or more networks. Monitoring applications can track movements of money to and from particular countries or above certain size thresholds, and these parameters can be applied at different values for different peers, or at consistent values for a population of peers."