Blockchain verified

Check if your essential quality document is genuine or not through the click of a button

  • Trusted
  • Decentralized
  • Immutable
  • Traceable & trackable
  • Unique document IDs

Blockchain verified team

Michel Wouters

Michel Wouters

Founder & Business developer
Alan Lane

Alan Lane

Co-Founder & Operational manager Taiwan office
John Roording

John Roording

Operational manager Europe office

The idea

Globally, PDF documents as Certificates, contracts, reports etc. are being shared / published under the impression that these are not able to be changed, updated, or falsified. Many of these (updated) PDF documents are even shared further in an ecosystem with the understanding that these are genuine;

A boiling pot of non-genuine documents is born; Compliance is relying on them.

Blockchain verified goal is to minimize the number of falsified documents to be spread in the eco-system and make these more reliable and verifiable with one click.

The technology

Blockchain verified is built on the Ethereum Network, a decentralized and at the moment biggest blockchain network solution. The team has chosen for decentralization as it is immutable, impervious to hacking, traceable and trackable, robust, state of the art technology and scalable and sustainable.

The solution

When creating a document, a unique fingerprint (hash) is created. This fingerprint will change whenever a part of a document is updated or changed. Documents can be changed where with a blind eye, these updates can never be found. As a result, you can believe that a certificate is genuine, although many fraudulent updates have been performed by using pdf editing software.

Blockchain verified does not store any document information on central servers, in stead it places the unique fingerprint on the blockchain, making this verification application workable.

Every single attested document is connected to the unique wallet owner, making fraud even more impossible.

The future

Blockchain verified is a step ahead in document security. Testing Inspection and certification (TIC) and document filing goes web 3.0!