There is a new development in the field of patents: public patent auctions. They’re a good thing and they’re here to stay.

Historically, patents have been bought and sold. Auctions just provide a better marketplace, one where multiple prospective buyers can compete for the property. Opening up the market for patents to a greater number of buyers will increase efficiencies and provide a better mechanism for establishing the fairest value of the patents being auctioned.

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