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   A QR code (an initialism for quick response code) is a type of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional barcode)[1][2] invented in 1994 by Japanese company Denso Wave. A barcode is a machine-readable optical label that can contain information about the item to which it is attached. In practice, QR codes often contain data for a locator, identifier, or tracker that points to a website or application. QR codes use four standardized encoding modes (numeric, alphanumeric, byte/binary, and kanji) to store data efficiently; extensions may also be used.[3]

QR code for the URL of the English Wikipedia Mobile main page

The quick response system became popular outside the automotive industry due to its fast readability and greater storage capacity compared to standard UPC barcodes. Applications include product tracking, item identification, time tracking, document management, and general marketing.[4]

A QR code consists of black squares arranged in a square grid on a white background, including some fiducial markers, which can be read by an imaging device such as a camera, and processed using Reed–Solomon error correction until the image can be appropriately interpreted. The required data is then extracted from patterns that are present in both horizontal and vertical components of a Image.

Now that we know what a qr code is, we can move on to finding out why it is important that qr codes are used in our everyday lives for fast and efficient data gathering and analytics. Analytics is the systematic computational analysis of data or statistics.[1] It is used for the discovery, interpretation, and communication of meaningful patterns in data. It also entails applying data patterns toward effective decision-making. It can be valuable in areas rich with recorded information; analytics relies on the simultaneous application of statisticscomputer programming, and operations research to quantify performance.

Organizations may apply analytics to business data to describe, predict, and improve business performance. Specifically, areas within analytics include descriptive analytics, diagnostic analytics, predictive analyticsprescriptive analytics, and cognitive analytics.[2] Analytics may apply to a variety of fields such as marketing, management, finance, online systems, information security, and software services. Since analytics can require extensive computation (see big data), the algorithms and software used for analytics harness the most current methods in computer science, statistics, and mathematics.[3] According to International Data Corporation, global spending on big data and business analytics (BDA) solutions is estimated to reach $215.7 billion in 2021.[4][5] As per Gartner, the overall analytic platforms software market grew by $25.5 billion in 2020.[6]


        As of December 24, 2019, the United States Patent and Trademark Office began including quick response codes (“QR codes”) on printed trademark registration certificates. QR codes are essentially two-dimensional barcodes that can be read using an imaging device, like a smartphone camera (paired with an appropriate app). Scanning a QR code on a trademark registration certificate allows the scanner to open a digital version of the certificate online through the Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (“TSDR”) system. This allows you to verify that the information on the print version of the certificate is the same as the information posted by the Trademark Office online in the TSDR system.

The QR codes are also “a step toward providing an official digital registration certificate that will replace the print version.” It thus seems the Trademark Office is taking steps to “go green” and eventually do away with mailing paper certificates as the final step in the registration process. It is unclear whether registrants who still desire to obtain a paper certificate will be able to special order one, although it seems likely. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding these recent developments.

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    When I was young, knowing a lot about marketing, qr codes, nfc technology, analytics, and selling lighters, I dreamed up the idea of a qr code lighter with built in nfc technology and called it "lighter 2.0"  with bic selling more than 30 billion lighters since its opening, and there being nearly one billion cigarette lighters sold in the usa anually, and about 400 million coming from China, qr lighters are by far a great marketing tool to reach the masses. Remember, qr codes can be "dynamic" meaning that you can change the website that the user scanning lands on. It can be a BUD LIGHT beer comercial one second and the NFL football game the next. ADS can be bought and paid for by companies and displayed free of charge because people bought YOUR lighter! Imagine! 

I originally designed a tracking feature for lighters and called it Gpslighter but the site was sold and it is Now

All rights reserved

In 2016 I called invent Help and told them about my idea. I also looked up to see of there were any qr lighters on the market. There were none. Invent Help seemed very interested but wanted 30k up front Costs to start production. I wasn't interested. 

I purchased for vape pen/ mods with qr codes on them. 

I then purchased USA-QR.COM
I also purchased US-QR.COM
Sunday, april 9th 2023. 

I have plans to purchase by 2024 and develope the first nfc lighter. 

Let me be very clear, this technology bas been around for a very long time, but it hasn't been used in this fashion before. This is something that I have been researching and developing for years Now and I am finally seeing It become cheap enough to be able to be used in today's world. As of 2020, 100 million people scanned qr codes on their phones. In 2023 that number has probably doubled! Ill keep posting updates of my progress! 🙏🙏🙏🔥🔥🔥

Copyright © Ross Steven Davis 

So here lies the problem. The worlds largest supplier of lighters, "bic" started implementing qr code on their "design my bic" lighters on orders under 12,000. Their pricing is as follows:

  • Buy 1 Set for $29.99 ea
  • Buy 2-3 Sets for $28.99 ea
  • Buy 4-7 Sets for $27.99 ea
  • Buy 8-11 Sets for $26.99 ea
  • Buy 12-23 Sets for $25.99 ea
  • Buy 24-35 Sets for $24.99 ea
  • Buy 36-47 Sets for $23.99 ea
  • Buy 48+ Sets for $22.99 ea
       Each set comes with 6 lightes meaning that for $5 each lighter plus shipping and handling you get a lighter that takes you toTHEIR qr code. 

There are many pros to working with a huge company like bic, but I personally feel that I can get out a better product. 

The whole idea I feel, is having each gas station have their own stickers that they make qr codes for for their own websites. I made a template for that here.  They are printed on holographic or whatever paper you choose to buy. a good website to buy the precut paper from is they have .5x.5.  8.5x11 pre-cut sticker paper and can be printed day of and stuck on for promotions. Remember, the qr codes are dynamic, so you can edit your website and when people scan they land in your edited page each time they rescan. You can sell a subscription or promote your store or give out coupons! The options are endless. You can also collect analytics on the qr codes that are scanned. Remember all that you have learned here and target your ads properly. 

You can use the website Here to print labels now.

Copyright© Ross Steven Davis

I invented the copyright nft qr code that you can view  below. I have it set to forward to copyright page so people know your work is protected. Feel free to use this in your art work

On 4/13/2023 I purchased NFClGHTER.COM 
I ordered the first 50 nfc lighters off amazon. They are refillable and Have built in flashlights. Here is a picture of them in my cart.

I made dns forwarding for
Here is a photo of the first working prototype of qrlighter/ nfclighter / gpslighter: it displays the owners Information and location 
© copyright Ross Steven Davis

Websites can pay me to place and load ads and costom qr code on lighters of your choice by contacting me directly below. 

Thank you for reading

Copyright© Ross Steven Davis 1991



I purchased ©NFCBIC and ©BICNFC
I want to add here that I wont be doing business using the "bic" name. I purchased the domain name with intent on selling bic the copyright or liscensing it to them and I have already contacted them about that. I will post updates. 🙏🙏PLEASE PRAY FOR ME🙏🙏🙏

On april 22nd I filed for an LLC under the name LLC 
Under what the company does I put down:  

Sticker NFC (near field connection) and QR (quick response) technology specializing in advertisement as well as coding optimization & analytics. Support for Website hosting, domain sales, coding and design. Property, goods, and stock. NEW physical product production. Digital and physical Inventory and shipping. Invention and product development. SEO, trademark and copyrighting. Digital Trade and networking. Platform development. Global reach. www. .com. 
This company was literally built by scratch and right here in america. Every product is built and coded with love and care. I truly care about the customer and the end result, and thats what sets me apart from other brands. When you Shop with you know you are getting the best product out there! I have plans to laser engrave lighters in the very near future, and hold the domain QRLIGHTER.COM for this cause. 

Thanks for reading! 

The artist, author, and inventor,



This statement informs others that I am the rightful owner of the original work and that no one else has the right to use, distribute, or reproduce the work without the explicit permission of NFCLIGHTER.COM LLC "All rights reserved" indicates that NFC LIGHTER.COM intends to exercise all of its rights granted under copyright law to protect its intellectual property.

It is important to note that copyright protection is automatic, meaning that once an original work is created and fixed in a tangible form, it is protected by copyright law. However, displaying a copyright notice can help to further deter unauthorized use or infringement of the work.

The Owner of this copyright, and this domain is Ross Steven Davis. He can be reached by visiting ROSS STEVEN DAVIS

© Ross Steven Davis 2023



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