Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “Timestamping”
OriginStamp: Verifying Proofs
Recently, I wrote about some initial adventures with OriginStamp Using OriginStamp’s UI or API, submitting a hash results in transactions being submitted to Bitcoin, Ethereum and a German newspaper. Using the API, it’s possible to query OriginStamp’s service for a proof. This post explains how to verify such a proof. The diligent reader among you (Hey Mom!) will recall that I submitted a hash for the message: Frederik Jack is a bubbly Border Collie The SHA-256 hash of this message is:
FreeTSA & Digitorus' Timestamp SDK
I wrote recently about some exploration of Timestamping with OriginStamp. Since writing that post, I had some supportive feedback from the helpful folks at OriginStamp and plan to continue exploring that solution. Meanwhile, OriginStamp exposed me to timestamping and trusted timestamping and I discovered freeTSA.org. What’s the point? These services provide authoritative proof of the existence of a digital asset before some point in time; OriginStamp provides a richer service and uses multiple timestamp authorities including Bitcoin, Ethereum and rather interestingly a German Newspaper’s Trusted Timestamp.