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GlobalNotary.io DIrection Change

GlobalNotary.io will change direction and focus on blockchain document proof of existence theorem using the Ethereum network. GlobalNotary.io’s back office website will assume the name GlobalNotary.io and the customer facing online notary component will be superseded until a later time. Thank you for your interest, subscriptions, and attendance at webinars. Please stay in touch with us by email at info@globalnotary.io

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Bitcoin’s blockchain to verify documents using Tierion

By David Hamilton. This article is originally posted at Coincentral.com https://coincentral.com/tierion-guide/ 

The Tierion project utilizes Bitcoin’s blockchain to verify documents. The platform accomplishes this task through a process known as anchoring. Anchoring links documents to exact blocks in Bitcoin’s blockchain. The anchored documents are then verifiable at any time without the need of a trusted third-party. The Tierion platform provides you with a variety of verification systems. It offers services such as Chainpoint, which allows anyone to begin anchoring essential documents to the blockchain. This service time stamps all documents. Documents that are time stamped with a digital proof of their original state are more secure than, say, a PDF. Tierion’s use of Bitcoin’s blockchain keeps accounting and auditing procedures more secure. Companies can create immutable histories of their business processes for later review.

The paragraph above is from an article is originally posted at https://coincentral.com/

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How Blockchain and Law Can Work Together

By Sarah Rothrie. This article is originally posted at Coincentral.com https://coincentral.com/blockchain-and-law/

Notarization excerpt: 

A notary public is an official government role, and as yet, no government has agreed to accept blockchain as a replacement. However, in principle, a blockchain could perform the same role as a notary. Biometric data would ensure a more robust authentication of a presence than the use of a private key alone, as private keys can get stolen.  BlockNotary http://blocknotary.com/interview.html  and Stampd https://stampd.io/ are two examples project using blockchain to authenticate and witness transactions and data. 

The paragraph above is from an article is originally posted at https://coincentral.com/ the blockchain web sites quoted above use blockchain exclusively to register a document hash by proof of existence similar to our website https://globalnotary.io/  However, GlobalNotary.io uses online methods and commissioned notaries recognized by the State of Texas then adds blockchain registry as a premium secondary layer. 

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Second Webinar for Texas Online Notary Tools

This new upcoming session will be at 12:00 PM noon on Tuesday Sep 11, 2018 Central Time (US and Canada). Please save the date by registering in advance at the following link.

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/3f571c0bee9c0967dc2040ba88984b7b 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

At this session you will learn the vendors, tools, and suppliers to perform current online notarizations in Texas.

Detailed Agenda:
PART 1: Workflow Demo, Doc to be Notarized and Order https://globalnotary.io/ (10 min)
PART 2: Connect by Live Video Conference (10 min)
PART 3: Identity Proofing. 
  ▫ Demo ID Credential Analysis (5 min)
  ▫ Demo Security Questions from Knowledge Base Authentication System (5 min)
PART 4: eSignature & eStamp Routing: Adobe Doc Cloud Pro Example walkthrough (10 min)
PART 5: Optional Blockchain Proof of Existence Demonstration: https://globalnotary.io/ (10 Min)
PART 6: Pricing (10 min)


Audio/Video Conference service includes a feature that allows audio and any documents and other materials exchanged or viewed during the session to be recorded. By joining this session, you automatically consent to such recordings. If you do not consent to the recording, discuss your concerns with the meeting host prior to the start of the recording or do not join the session. 

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Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/GlobalNotary.io/
Research paper: Blockchain and Certificate Authority Cryptography for an Asynchronous On-Line Public Notary System



 

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Thesis Report: Blockchain and Certificate Authority Cryptography for an Asynchronous On-Line Public Notary System

Thesis Report: Blockchain and Certificate Authority Cryptography for an Asynchronous On-Line Public Notary System

The genesis of this website service is a graduate thesis report from the University of Texas at Austin located at the University Library Google Scholar. You can also acquire the thesis report here.

 

Abstract 

Blockchain is the underlying distributed database and encryption technology that enables trustless transactions that can be verified, monitored, and enforced without a central institution. This master’s report presents the core concepts behind blockchain that are concerned with carrying instructions for storage, sharing of non-financial data, including an examination of the byzantine fault tolerant cryptography model. A literature review describes the types of blockchains, nodes, proof of work, disadvantages, and risks and provides a survey of future applications related to state government records, such as birth certificates, automobile registrations, land deeds, and voting. This review will answer the question: Is it possible for a state government to use blockchain employing trusted nodes given that the nature of blockchain is that of a distributed network of peers accompanied by a public ledger without a central authority? Finally, the requirements for a specific application case study will be defined and developed. The desired application will be a smart contract to invoke a statutory durable power of attorney using blockchain technology for oneself in case of incapacitation while still living.

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