Square Enix has filed a patent for a point management program that expands the usage of tokens and improves user satisfaction. The program allows a computer to accumulate points associated with a user’s token based on predetermined conditions. GlobalData’s report on Square Enix gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.
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Token-based point management program for user satisfaction improvement
A recently filed patent (Publication Number: US20230122894A1) describes a point management program stored on a computer-readable medium. The program includes instructions that allow a computer to accumulate points associated with a token, based on a predetermined condition.
The patent claims that the accumulation of points for the token is executed with permission, indicating that there may be some level of control or authorization required for the accumulation process. Additionally, the accumulation of points can occur over time, suggesting that points may be earned gradually rather than all at once.
Furthermore, the patent claims that the accumulation of points can be triggered when the number of changes made by the user corresponding to the token falls within a predetermined range. This suggests that the accumulation process may be influenced by the user's activity or behavior.
The patent also mentions that the accumulation of points can be triggered when the owner's address of the token matches a predetermined address. This indicates that the accumulation process may be tied to specific users or addresses.
The computer-readable medium storing the point management program also includes instructions for using the accumulated points associated with the token. This can involve changing attribute values of an object or content data corresponding to the token, based on the accumulated points.
In addition to the point management program, the patent describes a point management system that includes a communication network, a server, and a user terminal. The system has a processor that is configured to accumulate points associated with a token, based on a predetermined condition. The accumulated points are stored in a storage device.
Lastly, the patent claims a computer-implemented point management method that involves accumulating points associated with a token corresponding to a user, based on a predetermined condition.
Overall, this patent describes a point management program, system, and method that allow for the accumulation and use of points associated with a token. The accumulation process can be influenced by various conditions, such as permission, time, user activity, and owner's address. The accumulated points can be used to modify attribute values of objects or content data.
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