Securing virtually unlimited amounts of data and files by timestamping, anchoring, and certifying in one or multiple blockchains.
Upping the game of enterprise data security.
Secure the authenticity and integrity of your data by anchoring it on the public Ethereum network where thousands of computers provide a level of security that no supercomputer could break.
Using cryptographic algorithms (hashing), only a unique fingerprint of your data is embedded in the blockchain. No data can be recovered from these fingerprints.
While your data is not stored in the blockchain, the proofs of the integrity, existence, and ownership can be independently verified by anyone, at any time.
How it works
Integrate CertiMint and blockchain based data anchoring into your application in four easy steps.
Prepare your data
Choose to either send files or JSON data object to the CertiMint API, or keep you data completely private by hashing it before sending it through.
Transmit your data to the API
Transmitting the data or hashes to the API via a simple REST API call. You will get a seal identifier back for use in step three.
Merkle trees and anchoring
CertiMint will then bundle up your hashes into a Merkle Tree and anchor this tree into the Ethereum blockchain.
Retrieve the cryptoseals
Your application can now poll or be notified by web hooks to retrieve the cryptoseals for each item when it has been anchored on the blockchain.
Prove beyond any doubt that your data and files existed at a certain time, that they have not been modified and that they were signed by certain individuals
Proof of existence
Anchoring on Blockchain enables you to ensure and certify that a document or dataset existed at a particular point in time. Crucial for contracts, research data, medical records and logs.
Proof of integrity
At any point in the future, you can recreate the hash of any data or file to prove that you have the authenticity of your copy.
Proof of signature
While your data is not stored in the blockchain, the proofs of the integrity, existence, ownership and signatures can be independently verified by anyone, at any time.