In today’s world of fake news and AI-generated content, it is increasingly difficult to know if documents and files are trustworthy. Now anyone can easily verify the provenance of any file by simply dragging and dropping onto RKVST Instaproof, giving the information they need to decide what data to trust. It’s just as simple to use RKVST to create a strong provenance record for your data.

With RKVST Instaproof, anyone can easily check the file they are working with by dragging it onto Instaproof to verify its provenance – there’s no need to create an RKVST account. If the file has been registered with RKVST they can use the provenance information displayed to decide which files to trust.

Any file can be registered with RKVST using a free account to create a strong, verifiable, portable provenance record of who did what when, and provide proof of origin and authenticity. RKVST adds transparency and traceability to data wherever it is stored, both on-prem and in the cloud. Whether that is Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive, data can be instantly verified by partners, suppliers, and customers.

Building on the principles of transparency and integrity coming from the distributed ledger space there are now several open standards efforts seeking to address the issue of trustworthy data including: the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA), Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI), and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Supply Chain Integrity, Transparency and Trust (SCITT) Working Group.

RKVST supports the development of these standards that will make it simple to add provenance, authenticity and transparency to any data and recently showcased a practical implementation of the current draft SCITT architecture through the RKVST blockchain-powered provenance-as-a-service API at the IETF116 hackathon.

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