Blockchain Certificates

Digital records are comprised of a presentation layer and a content layer (JSON), which are hashed onto a receipt layer containing proof of the transaction.



The blockchain is used as a notary to record certificate transactions and later to independently verify those claims.

how it works


Certificates are issued to cohorts using a Merkle tree. Batch issuance is cost effective and computational efficient.



Claims can be automatically verified by employers without contacting issuing institutions. The transaction receipt cannot be spoofed and is used to verify the claim of each certificate.

Blockchain Certificate Verification

Standards Compliant

Incubated in partnership with the MIT Media Lab, Blockcerts is the open standard for blockchain certificates. Using a standards-based approach ensures longevity and interoperability for your certificate recipients.

Visit Site