RKVST released its public attestation feature, further adding a new level of trust for digital supply chains that can be used to prove the provenance of any digital or physical asset. Together with new multi-tenancy, verified domain name and batch transaction features, this platform reduces the barriers to adopting supply chain transparency.
“Public attestation enables the next big step in supply chain integrity, transparency and trust by turning raw data into evidence and making that evidence more widely available to more people. The challenge is implementing this without the frustration, time wasting and uncertainty of manual data verification. Existing blockchain attestation services can be expensive, difficult to integrate and unwieldy to process and validate transactions. The RKVST public attestation solution is available as-a-service and is low-cost and easy-to-deploy, allowing you to choose which assets are attested and automatically verified in public,” says Jon Geater, co-founder and chief technology and product officer at RKVST.
- Digitally verifiable attestations, representing proof of an event, provide chain of custody data to automate compliance and audit tasks, reducing the error-prone and costly manual handling of these artifacts.
- Users of RKVST can now be members of multiple tenants. This enables users to own multiple tenancies, while also being able to participate in other tenants by invitation.
- Tenant owners are now able to verify their domain name, to be used as an identifier within RKVST. This means a public asset is now shown with a verified name against it, rather than a tenant ID.
- RKVST creates an anchor point on a blockchain. The new Simple Hash proof mechanism can be used to roll up a number of assets and events and enter them on the blockchain, enabling a batch of transactions to be verified using the transaction hash. Simple Hash is one of two proof mechanisms offered by RKVST, the other being "kiphu," where all assets and events are entered individually on the blockchain.
- The RKVST UI allows developers to visualize and interact with the RKVST API without having any of the implementation logic in place. This simplifies the usage of the platform and enables users to see quickly how to interact with RKVST APIs.