Trusted Diploma is built on blockchain technology that is decentralized, authenticated and resistant to tampering. All of the above makes it perfect for storing academic certificates.
Trust is a core element in our daily lives. In the world of digital mass communications flooded with ‘fake news,’ it’s increasingly important to know how to verify ‘truth’ whether it’s a news story or the credentialing of a person handling your health. In healthcare, it can be a matter of life or death if one, for example, might have accidentally chosen a sham doctor.
Today, such documents are in high demand; the average price for them is between $500 and $2,500. And when you compare it with the average tuition fee of $80,000+ students pay for the real four-year degree, it becomes clear any person can buy them, even your colleagues.
Imagine a world where medical patients could automatically trust the diplomas on a doctors’ walls. Or a world where job recruiters could easily confirm that applicants had actually graduated from the colleges on their resumes. A world where you could find and share your education credentials online without fear that hackers might alter or expunge them.
The benefits of this world would be virtually limitless. Professional services would be safer, smarter and more effective, increasing consumer confidence and business growth. Companies would avoid hiring people that represented ‘fake news’ about their actual skills or credentials. We would all enjoy greater confidence in an online job market that is simpler, more secure and more trusted.
We are closer to this reality than you might think, thanks to a game-changing blockchain innovation being developed by Emercoin.