Protect your intellectual property assets
using blockchain technology
Secure your ideas in just 0.5 seconds
DEIP IP Protection Helps Life Science:
All data is securely kept in the DEIP blockchain
DEIP is an immutable distributed ledger that stores encrypted hashes, of your documents. To secure them even more, the hashes are recorded into 3 public blockchains – Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ethereum Classic. They serve as security bridges to the DEIP blockchain.
Protect your IP in just 0.5 seconds
1. Upload your documents
Before reaching our server, a document with your ideas and IP gets encrypted – the result is that your data is never disclosed to a third party, not even the DEIP blockchain
2. Obtain a certificate
It certifies your ownership of the idea and can be used for any potential legal matters.
per one certificate
About DEIP IP Protection Platform
DEIP helps create a more persuasive defense in court: it provides trusted digital evidence of your ownership of the idea. Once you register a file in DEIP, the date and time of the registration are recorded in our blockchain and stay there forever – this information can’t ever be erased or tampered with and can be easily verified by any independent third party.
DEIP is for everyone who needs to be able to prove when a digital item – a message, document, piece of art or software program – was created. It is most frequently used to prove ownership, safeguard intellectual property, be on the safe side when sharing valuable information with third parties.
DEIP is frequently used by:
– inventors, researchers, academics
– startups, enterprises
– creative industries
– lawyers, notaries, accountants
To make our solution as secure as possible. Blockchain is a digital ledger distinguished by its ability to keep a permanent, indelible, and unalterable history of records. By registering your documents on the DEIP blockchain you can be sure the date and time of registration will never be tampered with.
Yes. In fact, 0.5 seconds is time during which one block of transactions is signed within the DEIP blockchain. Technically speaking, for blockchain, each registration of a file is a transaction. Many transactions form a block. When a block is signed, the data within it is recorded in the blockchain. This is irreversible and can’t be altered or erased, which means that your data is perfectly safe.
Not at all. In fact, you have 2 options:
1. You register your file on the DEIP blockchain, but the file itself remains stored only on your computer.
For registering, blockchain does not need your whole file – instead, it takes a file’s hash (a unique numeric value that corresponds to the content of the file) and records it. To verify the registration, one needs to search for their file hash in the blockchain. If there, the file was indeed registered at the date and time given.
2. You both register your file on the blockchain and upload it to our storage.
The advantage here is that in case you delete or change a file, the version you registered will always be stored by us. In any case, DEIP encrypts the file right in your browser, so neither us nor any other party will see your file’s content.
No. Blockchain does not store the data, but only its hash – a unique numeric value that corresponds to the content of a file. This is enough to prove the date and time when your file was registered.
As for the data itself, you can store it either on your computer or in our encrypted storage – to secure against deleting or modifying.
Your data is absolutely safe as DEIP does not actually access it. For registering a file on our blockchain, we only deal with its hash (numeric value), not the content. Even if you choose to store files with your data in our storage (which is optional and totally up to you), the file gets encrypted before we receive it, so the content is not disclosed either.
Yes, blockchain-based time stamping and hashing that DEIP leverages are accepted by some leading legislations: in the US (State of Vermont, Act HB868; State of Arizona, Act HB2417) and European Union (Regulatory Framework 910/2014/EU).
It functions as a trusted third party (notary) and confirms that:
– a document (NDA, partnership agreement, reseller agreement or other) was signed at a certain point in time
– the document was signed by particular individuals
– the document was not modified after it was signed