Stampery relies on the bitcoin blockchain to generate reliable and unspoofable proof of ownership, proof of existence and proof of integrity at a minimum cost. The blockchain is a distributed and decentralized system, and thus the proof is verifiable any time by any independent third party
Venture capitalist Tim Draper now controls about 2.5 percent of ANT, the token behind Aragon Network’s digital court system.
Microsoft has created an add-in for Microsoft Office utilizes Stampery, a blockchain-based timestamping architecture that verifies and certifies documents.
Two projects have been confirmed to be under development using the Ethereum Classic blockchain, which is a decent start for this relatively new initiative.
More and more companies are openly showing their support for Ethereum Classic. To the majority of enterprises in the cryptocurrency world, supporting ETC may not …
In this article, Let’s Talk Payments provides an overview of blockchain companies carving proof of authorship and ownership into blockchain.