Blockchain adds an additional level of external verification for issuers and earners of high-value credentials. By issuing digital credentials on the blockchain, it communicates to users that your organization uses the latest technology supporting high-volume verification requests of future-proof and tamper-proof credentials.
Your organization enables blockchain validation for any digital credentials you issue. Once enabled, the digital credential will be published to the blockchain upon acceptance by default. The credential can then be verified in real time by third parties on the blockchain.
Recording digital credentials on the Bitcoin blockchain is currently available. Credly’s blockchain architecture is designed to be extensible and blockchain-agnostic.
Nothing. There are no additional costs to record your digital credentials to blockchain--for your organization or your earners.
Credly is fully GDPR-compliant and trusted by thousands of organizations to ensure the security and integrity of every digital credential issued, earned, and shared on our platform. For certain applications, blockchain brings an additional level of external verification to your credentials.