“At Augur we own some short term bills through a brokerage in the UK and had to submit a notarized copy of our founding docs (we’re an Estonian entity) and I did it through BITNATION’s notary service (and it was accepted).
I honestly didn’t think it would be accepted, but it was, and is way way way easier than actually meeting a notary in person.”
– Joey Krug, Augur Core Developer
Use the public notary to sign and permanently record your legal documents on the blockchain – a public ledger distributed amongst hundreds of thousands of computers around the world. The process of ‘filing’ the document in the blockchain is called time-stamping – it proves your record existed at a given time, eliminating any possibility of forgery.
Blockchain notarization is an effective way to record marriage contracts, wills, birth certificates, child care contracts, land titles and business deals, among many other records. The security of the blockchain protects the document permanently, ensures its easy access, and proves its authenticity and ownership anytime you need it.