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.
Blockchain certificates are impossible to forge since the original certificate, recorded on blockchain, is immutable and easy to verify in the online Verifier.
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.
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.
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.
The ability to edit signatories is blocked when the first person signs the document. This is done to preserve the integrity of the document.
Each person signing the document must know the identities of the other signatories and they cannot be changed once the previous signers have signed. This provides assurance to all signatories that the agreed content of the document will be signed by the designees who approved it.
Remember that it is always possible to add people in the role of administrators or viewers, regardless of the status of the document.
A digital certificate is a documented proof showcasing and attesting certain qualities, qualifications, achievements, or attributes. Blockchain technology enhances the security and verifiability of such electronic certificates and credentials.
The digital certificate, as understood by DoxyChain, can easily be verified using the dedicated Verifier application.
Digital signatures stored on the blockchain live independently of the object to which the signature relates, which means that the signature is stored in a tamper-proof distributed registry and not in the PDF file itself.
The blockchain-based solution uses only cryptographic records of the files of which the document is composed without interfering with its content. Classical (not blockchain-based) solutions add signatures to the original files modifying them, which is undesirable. Once a record is added to a block, its contents are immutable, which means that any modification to the signed file can be discovered in a simple manner.
This implies that there is no need for a central certification authority or a central time stamp server, as time stamping is inherent to the blockchain - this applies to the document itself and each signature.
It is always possible to check who signed a document, when, and in what order without the need for the participation of intermediaries.
An organization may issue any type of certificate on the DoxyChain platform - educational and ESG ones, product certificates (of Origin/Authenticity/Ownership), ISO certification and many others.
Digital certificates issued on DoxyChain have unique identifiers and a QR code. Using these, we can verify the certificate status and authenticity even after it has been printed. The QR code can be scanned with a mobile phone. After scanning, we will be taken to the DoxyExplorer allowing us to carry out the verification.
The certificate confirms the authenticity of the product. Nowadays, it is very difficult to check whether a document has been forged – blockchain is a solution.
Thanks to the distributed ledger nature of blockchain technology and its ability to track every change or transaction performed, it allows verification in real time. Anyone with access to a digital certificate can authenticate the information and source mentioned.
DoxyChain brings trust and transparency into the market by offering the highest possible level of security and making use of contemporary technological advancements.
Certificates can be public or private.
In the case of public certificates, their content, status, transaction history, and the people involved in the document (signer and recipients) are available to all who are in possession of the document's unique identifier via Verifier - this works similarly to public links in popular cloud solutions.
In the case of private documents in Verifier, the content of the document and the personal details of the participants cannot be seen. Only the transaction history and current status are available.The life cycle of a certificate is managed by the organization that issues it.
Every certificate issued via the DoxyChain platform must be signed by at least one person from the issuing organization. This is a legal confirmation that the certificate has been issued.The certificate may contain several signatures placed in the indicated order.
The issuer of the certificate decides at the creation stage whether the certificate will be transferable. If so, its owner can generate a token allowing to transfer of ownership of the certificate to third parties. A token is nothing more than a key that you will be able to generate with the push of a button and send to a specified email address or download as a PDF file and transmit through any other communication channel (including paper). Once the transfer is completed, the previous owner loses access to the document.Such transfer of ownership can be done repeatedly, completely free of charge. In the case of a non-transferable certificate, its owner cannot transfer ownership to another third party.