Factom, one of the earliest companies to pitch blockchains to enterprises, is participating in a U.S. government-funded trial of the… read more
What is Factom?
Download the Factom Whitepaper to understand out how business and governments can use the blockchain technology to improve their services and their profit margins. Factom is a system for securing millions of real-time records in the blockchain with a single hash. Businesses and governments can use Factom to simplify records management, record business processes, and address security and compliance issues. Factom uses the blockchain to power a remarkable range of applications, including audit systems, medical records, supply chain management, voting systems, property titles, legal applications, and financial systems.
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Factom, a system for auditing and securing millions of real-time records using blockchain technology, has filed another blockchain patent application… read more
Factom (FCT) has filed a new patent today with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office that allows verification of documents… read more
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