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Proof of Evidence Blockchain Service for Compliance, Provenance and Data Verification

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Evident Proof has launched an Ethereum blockchain and token-based service that turns data into immutable proof chains, transforming the way data is stored and providing indelible evidence that can be used to meet compliance, provenance and other data verification requirements. It will enable organisations and individuals to use immutable certificates as proof of events for risk analysis, dispute resolution, legal cases and others.

The service provides an immutable provenance record where data cannot be destroyed or falsified, which can be used to identify counterfeit products and to inform lawsuits, while also allowing business intelligence to be extracted at a granular level. Data owners who store digital records on the Evident Proof platform can request immutable proof certificates that provide evidence of compliance or provenance, and which can be used for dispute resolution, as court-ready evidence, or as an anti-counterfeiting measure.

This new approach was originally developed by the founders at the UK Microsoft Technology Centre, who worked with Microsoft to see if an immutable, un-hackable and 100% verifiable database could be created using blockchain and Ethereum.

Adrian Clarke, CEO of Evident Proof, stated: “The amount and value of data in the world is growing exponentially, while compliance requirements are growing and becoming more stringent and the ability to prove provenance is increasingly important. We recognised that the tools previously available to address these issues had limitations and saw a critical need for a service that would provide immutable, un-hackable proof securely, efficiently and cost effectively,”

Evident Proof service works by encrypting digital records that are delivered to the platform, and immutably storing them on the system’s proof chain. Data owners, or permissioned third parties, can then request proof certificates when verification of provenance, authenticity, or compliance is needed. The mechanism for requesting proof certificates is the Evident Proof token, which is only generated at the point that data is stored on the platform. Tokens are the property of the data owners, who can use them to request proof certificates, to provide permission to third parties to request evidence, or to pay service fees.

The ‘proof chain’ that Evident Proof has developed is a public blockchain combined with a private blockchain. The public blockchain ensures immutability, while the private chain is used to increase speed and as a secondary level of verification. Evident Proof will be holding a token sale in the second quarter of 2018.

Matthew Warner
Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.