About proofs

  • You are looking at a blockchain certificate issued by an Institution (school, university, company, administration) using the patented BCdiploma technology. This certificate consists of:
    • Data published by the Institution;
    • All the blockchain proof certifying its authenticity.
    This is not a document, but certified formatted data. This certificate cannot be falsified or altered.
    CERTIFICATE IS VALID Issued by Leaston University Assigned to Aline Gillot Issuer verified by Blockchain Certified Data on 2020-06-05 Data registered on the blockchain About proofs

    Bachelor: Aline Gillot Date of birth: 2000-06-13 Place of birth: Paris has satisfactorily completed all degree requirements from 2018 to 2020. He has been awarded the following academic degree(s): Bachelor of Economics and Finance by decision of the Board of Examiners on 2020-06-01 Professor: Professor Leilani Ryan Dean of International Relations, Professor: Professor Curran Richards Dean of Academic affairs 2020-06-01 using template "CertificateEthereum - 1/0x01"

    View transaction on Ethereum blockchain address 0x72Cf647508Da9bF398C50F817E16Edd397AF3177 address 0x7332eA1229c11C627C10eB24c1A6F77BceD1D5c1 View on blockchain View on blockchain View on BCdiploma.com View on BCdiploma.com 2 1 3 4 5 6 7

    The validity of the certificate, the address of its issuer and all the data displayed are read in real time on the blockchain.


    Reads the legal information of the certificate issuer directly on blockchain using an open source blockchain browser.


    Displays the certificate issuer's information on the BCdiploma solution's user directory.


    Reads the legal information of the validator directly on blockchain using an open source blockchain explorer.


    Displays the validator's information on a dedicated page of the BCdiploma.com website. Other ecosystem validators are also displayed.


    Displays the transaction on which the certificate data has been written by the issuer in an open source blockchain explorer. The following can be checked: the blockchain used, the transaction status, the time stamp and the issuer address.


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  • Blockchain is a secure and transparent information storage and transmission technology. The data and all manipulations are irreversibly stored there in a register that can be accessed by everyone.
  • The blockchain security is based on cryptographic algorithms. The register is stored and checked by a large number of computers running these algorithms, called "nodes" guaranteeing its integrity.
  • The certificate was issued by the Institution itself, from its own blockchain address. Only Institutions whose legal existence has been verified by a "validator" can use BCdiploma technology to issue digital credentials. The formal proof of this verification is itself written on the blockchain. The list of authorised institutions is available here.
  • All the data you see has been entered on the blockchain. Its very nature guarantees that the data it contains cannot be modified.
  • The Issuing Institution has authorised the website to display its certificate data on the blockchain. This information is publicly accessible from an open source blockchain browser. You can always access it from https://certificate.bcdiploma.com.
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