The Bitcoin blockchain is the perfect registry for both public and private records.
A unique notarization platform: decentralized, uncensorable, permissionless, resilient.
Anchor your innovations to the blockchain
The Bernstein protocol for notarizing inventions on the Bitcoin blockchain allows
innovators to quickly prove existence, integrity and ownership of their creations.
Bernstein enables companies and research labs to:
⇒ register inventions at a very early stage
⇒ link subsequent updates and proofs of use
⇒ optionally disclose them on a public database and IPFS
How BLOCKCHAIN NOTARIZATION WORKS?
Notarizing an invention on the blockchain is as easy as uploading a bunch of files. Bernstein will take care of encrypting them locally and registering a cryptographic fingerprint on the blockchain.
And all you need is just a browser. Nothing to install, no software or extensions. Bernstein is a regular web app that runs in any modern browser.
Please note: notarizing a document on the blockchain does not make it public, the blockchain will only contain its cryptographic fingerprint.
All information and documents that a user submits and uploads to Bernstein will remain perfectly private thanks to a strong cryptographic layer.
The Bernstein team has a unique experience in browser cryptography, dating back to 2007. Today they are making use of the most advanced Web Crypto API to build a web application that knows nothing about its users' data.
Therefore Bernstein is a new kind of notary service that completely ignores the digital assets it certifies.
A certificate valid worldwide
Every invention or proof of use will get its blockchain certificate that can prove existence, integrity and ownership. This certificate is valid worldwide because it's not guaranteed by any central authority, but by math.
The certificate can be independently verified by any third party without any involvement of Bernstein itself thanks to decentralized nature of Bernstein registration protocol.
A Bernstein certificate is much more than just a simple receipt since it's cryptographically signed by you and it can be used to transfer IP assets to a new owner.