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BlueNotary and Ironclad Authentication: Blockchain Power

BlueNotary Integrates Blockchain Technology with PKI Encryption for Enhanced Authentication

If you’re a certified notary and technology enthusiast, then you’ve certainly been following with much excitement the rapid growth of Blockchain technology.  BlueNotary’s recent introduction of Blockchain into their authentication system, is changing the way that Notarization and authentication is viewed in the industry. This amazing leap may seem highly-technical – but don’t worry, we’re here to break it down into bite-sized, easy-to-understand chunks!

BlueNotary is already renowned for its highly-efficient notary services, and with the integration of Blockchain technology, they’re definitely raising the bar. “Verify Once, Trust Forever” – that’s BlueNotary’s motto, and it perfectly captures the essence of the impact Blockchain has in the authentication process.

Understanding the Integration of Blockchain in BlueNotary’s Services

But first, let’s start with a simple refresher: What is Blockchain? In simple terms, it’s a highly secure, decentralized digital ledger – imagine a giant digital notebook that records every transaction ever made, only it’s backed up by all the other devices on the blockchain through their own individual copies of the ledger.

BlueNotary does not stop doing its normally required PKI encryption.  This second authentication is simply additive in order ensure further security to your documents.

BlueNotary is the first Online Notarization platform to provide dual Authentication Methods!
BlueNotary is the first Online Notarization platform to provide DUAL Authentication Methods!

How does the blockchain differ from the already government required PKI encryption?

Blockchain technology and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) encryption serve different purposes and have distinct characteristics. Blockchain is a decentralized, distributed ledger system that records and verifies transactions across multiple nodes, providing transparency and immutability. It relies on consensus algorithms and cryptography to achieve security and consensus between participants. Blockchain technology is often used in applications such as cryptocurrencies, supply chain tracking, and decentralized identity management systems.

On the other hand, PKI encryption is a centralized cryptographic framework that uses public key cryptography to enable secure communication, authentication, and data integrity on the internet. PKI consists of a set of policies, procedures, and roles that manage the creation, distribution, and revocation of digital certificates. These digital certificates link public keys with their respective owners (individuals, organizations, or devices) and are issued by trusted Certificate Authorities (CAs). PKI encryption is commonly used for secure email communication, website authentication with HTTPS, and digital signatures.

While both blockchain and PKI encryption involve cryptography, their main difference lies in their architectural approaches (decentralized vs. centralized) and their specific applications in securing digital transactions and communications.

Enhanced Security and Trust with Blockchain

This unparalleled security now finds its way into BlueNotary’s authentication process, efficiently cutting the risk of forgery or unauthorized access incidents. So, what does this mean for regular people like you and me? It’s simple: peace of mind. This new level of trust and reliance ensures that our sensitive documents will be handled with the utmost care and guarded against any malicious attempts or foul play.

Efficiency and Cost-Savings in the Authentication Process

The seamless combination of advanced technology and top-notch notary services does not come at any extra cost! BlueNotary has worked hard to make sure that no extra cost will go onto you as a signer or as a notary in order to break down on this new decentralized authentication technology. In this new BlueNotary world, users are already ahead of the curve through the utilization of Biometric Authentication to perform required Identity Proofing. You can say goodbye to those lengthy waiting times!

Adapting to an Advanced Technological Future

It’s clear that the integration of Blockchain into BlueNotary’s already outstanding service is a game-changer, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. And here’s a fun fact to wrap things up: The term “blockchain” first appeared in 2008 in the original source code of Bitcoin – this is over 10 years the first paper to discuss decentralized authentication for documents!

As notaries and consumers adapt to this revolutionary technology, we can anticipate an even more secure and efficient notary process in the years to come.

Embracing a New Era of Notary Services

As technology continues to evolve, so does the notary industry. Gone are the days of long wait times for appointments and extensive paperwork. Today, we see digital notary platforms allowing people to easily connect with notaries online, creating a more streamlined process for both parties. Remote online notarizations and e-signatures are becoming the new norm, allowing notary services to be more accessible to people, regardless of their location or schedule constraints.

Stay tuned for more exciting news and technological advancements in the notary world. I, for one, can’t wait to see what surprises are in store for us next! Happy authenticating!

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