How Blockchain Works
At its core, a blockchain is a database (“ledger”) that records digital transactions. The ledger is duplicated and synchronized across all computers (“nodes”) in the network. For a transaction to take place on the ledger, the nodes must come to a consensus and verify the transaction. Because all of these transactions are encrypted, digitally signed, and cannot be altered, the distributed nature of blockchain technology creates intrinsic trust in the network and removes the need for social trust in intermediaries and central authorities.
Users can access the Integra Ledger via a graphical interface called the Integra Wallet, which holds private user credentials to access data that the user has written to the Integra Ledger blockchain.
The Integra Ledger blockchain technology can be integrated with various software platforms to create Smart Documents. Integration has already been successful with platforms such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, and Thomson Reuters Contract Express just to name a few.
The Integra email encryption feature is integrated directly within your existing email platform. Send and receive emails using blockchain technology to ensure that only recipients with the appropriate encryption key can view the content of the email. It’s email security taken to the next level.
Document Version Control
Version control has been problematic in the legal industry and elsewhere for decades. The Integra Ledger blockchain technology creates an immutable record for all versions of a document so that determining the most recent version will never be in question