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The system for providing evidence in your smartphone

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Nigyar Feyruzlu - PR-company. Administration of the bounty company

Breus Maxim - The project ideologist. Legal issues

Petrov Alexey - General leadership. Financial issues.

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4.5 out of 5

Silent Notary aims to make it easy for anyone to use notary services much easier and more conveniently than before. For example, one could easily send a photo to their virtual notary and the blockchain technology would be able to validate it, store it and make sure it won't be altered, which means it can have normal legal power. Another use case could be as simple as insurance where the user has to provide all of the details of the asset. It can also have an impact on copyright, as one can have prove that the stolen content has been in fact created by that person. SIlent Notary uses a distributed ledger as a service to store the evidences immutable and timestamped. It's worth noting that the project promises to create a worldwide ecosystem of notaries, lawyers and experts to provide users with a full range of legal services and help. The system doesn't require any additional laws to be established, yet it can be used in courts as a legal evidence. The team is quite big and consists of programmers, financial specialists and of course legal advisors.

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omer22 august 2017, 17:33

Seems like a good idea. The way they present is a little creepy, suggesting that you have to prove someone stained your dress for example. Sounds like something Larry David came up with, or would probably use.

This projects wants to make anybody be able to have a legal working proof of whatever he needs. As most people have always smartphones in their pockets, it uses the phone's camera and microphone to documentate any situation. It can be later used to proof innocence or to retrieve insurance in case of an emergency or to return damaged product. It securely verify, stores and timestamps so then it can become a valid proof of any situation.

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MonopolyPlayer20 august 2017, 17:27

Blockchain and these fancy seemingly simple apps indeed allow us to cut off all of costs and save time and money. You'd no longer need an official signing and paying for setting up proper paper work to proof existence and legitimacy of some situations and legal papers. It's a handy tool that I see being very usable. And as we know what once gets into the blockchain stays there forever, therefore we can trust and be sure that things there were not forged or counterfeit.

The design is very good and intuitive. Easy to use. I like this relatively simple project.

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Sleem17 august 2017, 12:38

This is a welcoming idea and can come in very handy in times of need. This cuts down the rate of doing paperwork. Most cases are frustrated because of lack and manhandled evidences but with this development, cases will be attended to and judgment will be passed on time instead of marauding round same axis.
It's a positive idea for me n I give it a green light

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catface917 august 2017, 11:55

So it's not a big spectacular project with countless possibilities and revolutionary approach, however I like the idea and simplicity.

They aim to make it super easy for anybody to official store a proof of anything. It can be a photo of a scratch on your car, a wet floor where you've slipped and broken your leg that you can later give to your insurance company to assure that it the accident was real. It can also act as a evidence gatherer or just anything in any situation that you later has to legally prove that had happened. So you no longer need to go and sign many documents and have experts debate on whether it's real and legit or not, but you have an app that can do it for you in your phone. Therefore no more costs when in need to prove something.

Simply and brilliant for me.

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Mike17 august 2017, 10:32

Seems like a good idea. The way they present is a little creepy, suggesting that you have to prove someone stained your dress for example. Sounds like something Larry David came up with, or would probably use.

Their whitepaper is well done. I have not seen this idea done before and could be very useful, I could see many people using it. But if you are paying 1 SNTR that seems expensive to use since 1 SNTR = 0.2 ETH. They have a plan laid out to profit the holders of the token.
Only problem is they need a website.

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Wall-S16 august 2017, 19:46

I really like the idea of simplifying and cutting of all the unnecessary legal work and papers that need to be filled in and replace it with a simply and reliable blockchain.

This projects wants to make anybody be able to have a legal working proof of whatever he needs. As most people have always smartphones in their pockets, it uses the phone's camera and microphone to documentate any situation. It can be later used to proof innocence or to retrieve insurance in case of an emergency or to return damaged product. It securely verify, stores and timestamps so then it can become a valid proof of any situation.

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