Why QR code verification is crucial?

13 May 2024


With the rise in cyber security concerns and data breaches, most reputable organisations utilise QR verification to check the authenticity of documents stored in the blockchain. 

Scanning a secure QR code starts a real-time sequence of technology-based verification steps. This includes ensuring that the original document stored on Amazon S3 has not been edited or tampered with. To verify the authenticity of a document, the globally patented verification protocol uses the unique digital fingerprint of a document, also known as a unique hash value. This ensures that any confidential or sensitive contents of a document are always protected and that GDPR and other privacy standards are met.

The QR code authentication ensures that you can track all of your users' and viewers' activities on any uploaded document. Depending on your preferences, you can place the QR code anywhere on the document. We recommend placing the QR code near the top of the first page so that anyone looking to verify the contents of any document can easily find it. 

Businesses use blockchain verification with QR codes to determine the legitimacy of documents, certificates, payments, contact information, and much more. If your company does not use QR codes for validation, you will undoubtedly fall behind.