Takamaka, an open blockchain entirely developed in Java, aims to protect copyright and counter fake news by uploading texts, photos, videos and other types of files to its native blockchain.
As explained by Mario Carlini, CEO of Takamaka, the key features of blockchain technology, such as data immutability, guarantee that information and documents cannot be tampered with.
Upload files directly from your phone
Takamaka’s native wallet includes an upload function, which can be used both from desktops and smartphones.
Furthermore, the wallet allows you to apply time stamps to documents, as well as to send transactions containing text messages of arbitrary length. You can also upload hashes of digital content, stored in the cloud or privately.
File upload from the Takamaka wallet, mobile version
As for operational costs, these are calculated based on the amount of resources used to perform the operation. Costs are of course shown before completing the transaction.
Protect copyright and counter fake news
Protect copyright and counter fake news: these are just two of the main goals of Takamaka, which can be achieved allowing users to upload files, texts and images directly to the blockchain.
Takamaka’s blockchain technology is also aimed at educational institutions, allowing them to release digital copies of diplomas and certificates on the blockchain.
Blockchains allow to not only quickly share information with anyone who may need it, but also guarantee that certificates have actually been issued by the school, thus solving the problem of fake diplomas.
Takamaka wallet has been launched Takamaka released its native wallet, that allows you to manage your tokens and interact, quickly and easily, with the Takamaka blockchain. The wallet can be used from both desktop and mobile, and is available on Android and iOS devices.