With Dock Certs, you can quickly issue, verify, and revoke verifiable credentials, manage DIDs, and interact with the Dock Blockchain.
Create W3C-compliant Verifiable Credentials in PDF and JSON format.
A DID is your organization's identity on the blockchain. Your DID will generate a unique cryptographic signature on every credential you issue, making them tamper-proof and verifiable.
The Schema defines what fields - like Name, Address, Degree Name, etc - are required for the Verifiable Credential.
When a Verifiable Credential needs to be updated, expire, or is no longer valid, you can revoke it.
There's a Revocation Registry on the blockchain, which lists all the credentials that have been revoked. It contains no personal information and is checked whenever a Verifier wants to verify a credential.
You can test out Dock Certs' features on Sandbox. Once you're ready, move to Production and create your first DID on the blockchain.
You can encrypt a Credential and store it on our servers. The credential can be accessed and verified via a URL or QR Code and can be deleted from Dock's cloud whenever you decide.
Receive assistance from Dock's expert support team to integrate the Dock API and use Dock Certs.