Today’s world is managed through digital data so being able to ensure that such data have not tampered with, either accidentally or intentionally, can be decisive in many scenarios. VSW Notary service provides notarization for any kind of file and verify integrity or even the slighest change performed. VSW Notary uses the fast-peforming Ethereum blockchain to create a certificate that provides proof of timestamp and integrity that can be publicly verified at any time. This service also allows to e-sign a file by multiple parties and verify signatures integrity.
NOTARIZE AND VERIFY ANY KIND OF FILE
THIS SERVICE CAN NOTARIZE ANY KIND OF FILE
With VSW Notary service, you can sign any file and verify its integrity at any time. This service ensures that you can detect even the slightest change that has been performed by creating an immutable certificate that provides a timestamp, proof of integrity and authenticity. Decrease security risks by ensuring that your business-critical data have not been tampered with.
PROVIDE CONFIDENCE TO CUSTOMERS AND PARTNERS
PROVIDE CONFIDENCE TO PARTNERS AND CUSTOMERS ABOUT FILES AND DOCUMENTS THEY RECEIVE
VSW Notary service can help you provide confidence to customers and partners by enabling them to verify the integrity and origin of your files and documents at any time and through any device. Improve security by reducing risks that the data that you sent have been tampered with. Create a publicly verifiable archive that provides evidence that data existed at the certain date and that it hasn’t been changed.
ENABLE MULTIPLE PARTIES TO ELECTRONICALLY SIGN DOCUMENTS AND FILES
Customers and required parties can electronically sign documents while generating publicly verifiable proof of the timestamp and integrity of signatures. VSW Notary service can provide an easy and effective way to ask parties to sign documents and provide a way for anyone to verify the integrity of the document itself and of the signatures, making e-signing a simple operation.
PROTECT YOUR WORK
NOTARIZATION CAN HELP IN COPYRIGHT DISPUTES BY BEING A PROOF OF EXISTENCE
By using VSW Notary you will be able to provide proof of the existence of a creative work or a specific document on a specific date. Event the slightest change will be detected and it will unvalidate the certification while, on the contrary, a succesfull validation of the integrity of the file can be very useful in a copyright dispute.
INTEGRATE INTO YOUR APPLICATIONS
DESIGN AND DEVELOP MODERN APPLICATIONS WHOSE SECURITY IS IMPROVED
Extend the functionalities of the VSW Notary service to your applications. Design and develop modern applications that can provide notarization and e-signing functionalities to your users or notarize any file that your application sends to your customers so that they easily verify where they originated. VSW Notary service can be integrated into complex workflows to ensure the integrity and timestamping of any kind of file.
EFFECTIVE PROTECTION AT CHEAP PRICE
NOTARIZATION SERVICE STARTS AT 5 EUROCENTS PER FILE OR SIGNATURE
Start notarizing your files and documents from 0,05 € (5 eurocents) plus VAT, where applicable. At the price of a coffee you will be able to notarize more than 15 documents or apply 15 e-signatures (up to 1GB per file). A few eurocents will provide improved security for your business-critical data and provide confidence to partners and customers.
Up and running in minutes
The notarization operation of files improve security in many different scenarios. Each notarized file has it own certificate and can be independently verified at any time using Web console or a publicly available verification service. The fast-performing Ethereum blockchain allows to verify files at any time and ensures uptimes for the service.
An easy to use Web console allows our customers to be up and running in minutes since activation. A powerful REST API allows to integrate notarization and e-signing services with your own application or websites.
Pricing for VSW Notary service is based on the number of
notarization operations and signatures that will be applied to files.