Certificate Management System
that actually works.

Our solution grants your certificates real authenticity and helps you avoid counterfeits or fraud. Easy issuing workflow, QR codes, real-time status management, transparent history.

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Use Cases

Learn what types of certificates our customers issue on the DoxyChain platform.
Product Certification
Among others, this group includes Certificate of Origin and Certificate of Authenticity which confirm product uniqueness and originality in the Art, Real Estate, Luxury Goods, Food.
Educational credentials issued by both public and private educational organizations - diplomas, course completion certificate, micro-credentials, licenses, digital badges.
ESG Certification
ESG space assumes lots of inspection, reports and certification attesting the green efforts. Examples are voluntary cancellation certificates or carbon footprint reduction certificates.  

Why DoxyChain?


Blockchain certificates are impossible to forge since the original certificate, recorded on blockchain, is immutable and easy to verify in the online Verifier.

Lifecycle management

You have full control. This includes issuing, assigning, renewing, revoking, storing and verifying any certificate. You can change the validity status of the document, see the full history of actions on it and even revoke it giving the relevant reason.

Customizable certificate template

We offer customizable certificate templates that can be tailored to your specific needs. This allows you to create professional, branded certificates with as many dynamic fields as you want. We can also white label our Verifier for you.

Traceable and verifiable

With our Verifier you and your customers can enjoy easy and secure verification of the authenticity and integrity of each certificate, issued on our platform.

Frequently Asked

What is a digital certificate?
What types of certificates can I issue on DoxyChain platform?
Why does DoxyChain put a QR code on a certificate?
Why do we need blockchain when issuing certificates?
Who can access my certificates?
Does the certificate need to be signed?
What does it mean that a certificate is transferable?