Blockchain technology is enjoying a lot of worldwide attention, with people from different sectors looking to harness this powerful tool for their own needs. Stampery is a new startup that focuses on certifying all documents in existence, by using blockchain technology to do so. Notaries around the world better beware, as they might be replaced sooner than one might think.
Stampery Aims to Be A Blockchain-based Notary Service
The name Stampery is relatively unknown in the world of technology, however, that situation might be about to change very soon. Their service focuses on providing legally binding proofs for all sensitive documents belonging to a user or company, by using Bitcoin’s underlying blockchain technology.
“You can generate an immutable and accurate proof of existence and integrity for any document. Anybody in the world could verify automatically and at zero cost that this document was made on June 1st and wasn’t modified.” – Stampery CEO and co-founder Daniele Levi told TechCrunch recently.
There is a good reason why Stampery made the decision to use blockchain technology, and not rely on traditional – and outdated – solutions. Blockchain technology allows the implementation of proof of