dLoc® by LINXENS

secured by Factom®

Factom® is proud to offer dLoc® in partnership with LINXENS, a leading developer, manufacturer, and supplier of RFID products. dLoc is a document authentication and verification that reliably authenticates any essential documents, including birth certificates, land titles, and medical records.

Now any institution that issues vital records including governments, banks, hospitals, and universities can put the power of blockchain technology and the trust of well-established industry standards into protecting the integrity of their vital records.

It's easy to get started

  1. Apply the dLoc® sticker to any document
  2. Start tracking your documents in the dLoc® platform

Here is how dLoc® Works:

The sticker contains an dLoc® NFC inlay, which incorporates a special security chip.  It can hold context information, such as images and biometrics, which can be stored as public data or as private data accessible to authorized parties only. You can choose from a range of different chip platforms with storage capacities between 1kB and 64kB. dLoc stickers support all the standard security features including guilloches, UV print, micro text or latent images.

Your document's data is married to the unique ID for the NFC tag and is only recognizable by you via a private key. You then can manage the document in the dLoc® platform. The dLoc® platform has a seamless integration with Factom® Harmony, securing this information in the Factom®  blockchain for perpetuity.

Once you issue the document with your dLoc® sticker, it can be verified using a desktop reader or a mobile app on an NFC-enabled phone. Simply scan a document to see its true history and have the confidence it is authentic based on the immutable record keeping enabled though Factom® Harmony and the Factom® blockchain.

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