Factom builds private and permissioned blockchains for your enterprise needs. Have the security and immutability of the blockchain with the added privacy and peace of mind of a permissioned database.
The Factom Hera™ application lets you scale your data needs and lower your cost for securing your data and systems. If you have millions of data points that need secured then explore the cost savings of the Factom Hera™ application.
The Factom team digs into your existing systems and pulls the relevant APIs, we set up your private server network and are happy to work closely with your technical team to get the environment up and running.
Who is talking about us?
"By decentralizing data through the blockchain, Factom avoids critical failures due to user error or hacker."
"The US Department of Homeland Security has awarded Factom $199,000 to advance the security of digital identity for IoT devices."
"Factom has partnered with the government of Honduras on a new land title registry initiative"
"Factom is to integrate its technology with Ancun Zhengxin's electronic data notarization services in China."
"Factom ... is working with technology consulting firm iSoftStone to shape a smart city strategy."
"Provider of a data layer solution described as a giant database in which anyone can insert data directly on the Blockchain."
"to clean up the Property Institute in Honduras have asked Factom to provide a prototype of a blockchain-based land registry. "
"using the blockchain to build a permanent and secure land title record in Honduras, where land-grabbing and corruption are rife."
"Factom is working with a Central American client to try to get their system for registering land titles into a Blockchain."
"[The blockchain] brings a level of auditing that’s based on mathematics and not based on trusting a third party."
"Factom ... can reduce the cost and complexity of audit trails, managing records, and complying with government regulations."
"Blockchains are like the internet – they’re owned by everybody and nobody."
"The issue of lost tax returns is one that the startup Factom is using to illustrate the potential of its business."