BBChain | Trustworthy Distributed Document Verification System

BBCHAIN

An Efficient Trustworthy Distributed Document Verification System.

The perfect combinations of Blockchain and Biometrics

Efficient

Only the required information to prove the authenticity of an identity or a document is stored on-chain.

Secure

All data are encrypted and are over the users' control using selective disclosure mechanisms and zero-knowledge proofs.

Trustworthy

The actions of the institutions are linked with users' biometric information and ensured by the blockchain.

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Trusted Digital Degree Certificates

The project aims to build a privacy-preserving and fault-tolerant public database of digitally authenticated documents, allowing that academic degree certificates to be issued and verified from any place in the world with a high degree of trust.

The institutions' processes are designed as smart contracts, providing trust in the execution and transparency of operations.

Biometric identification

Uses biometrics to prove the ownership of the user's identity.

Decentralized storage

Provides a decentralized and permanent storage for verifiable digital artifacts.

Our Team

Hein Meling

University of Stavanger (UiS)

Leander Jehl

University of Stavanger (UiS)

Racin Nygaard

University of Stavanger (UiS)

Rodrigo Q. Saramago

University of Stavanger (UiS)

Håvard Dagenborg Johansen

University of Tromsø (UiT)

Tor-Arne Schmidt Nordmo

University of Tromsø (UiT)

Enrico Tedeschi

University of Tromsø (UiT)

Latest news

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Credence Workshop 2019

Researchers from the CREDENCE international collaboration network met in a workshop co-organized by University of Stavanger (UiS) and University of Oslo (UiO). The goal of CREDENCE is to support a collaboration network for excellent education and research in dependable and secure distributed systems.

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BBChain workshop 2019

On 26th to 27th of June of 2019, the BBChain group will give a workshop in the arctic capital of Tromsø. All talks will be held in the main campus of the Arctic University of Norway (UiT), presenting the current status of the project and future plans.

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