Transference of sensitive data, such as personally identifiable or proprietary information, is always a major security concern for businesses and professionals alike. Unfortunately, with continuous improvements in technology occuring everyday, IT security is always going be a neverending battle. Thankfully, advances in technology simultaneously enables professionals to take strides in an effort to securing that information.

Where DocChain comes into play

Using blockchain technology, DocChain is able to cryptographically secure and store your uploaded data. Built on its own private blockchain implementation, DocChain creates an immutable ledger of actions involving your data. Ultimately allowing users to audit the history of downloads, changes or revisions, and user access for a particular piece of data by date and time. By creating multiple layers of encryption and a history of accessibility, businesses and professionals are able to operate at full accountability of document access.

Private   •   Secure


DocChain provides a solution to minimize security risks when sharing documents.

Using DocChain allows users to:

  • Store encrypted documents.
  • Safely and securely transfer document access between the necessary users.
  • Audit current- and historic- user access.
  • Verify documents are unchanged.
  • Audit document accessibility, history of uploads, downloads, and changes.

What Its not

DocChain is not a Cryptocurrency and does not make use of any tokens.

There is no ICO involved and there aren’t any “transaction fees” associated with keeping the system running.

Documents are not shared publicly, nor are they publicly accessible.

Not governed by anyone but you and your ecosystem.

Integration Points

DocChain exists in your infrastructure where you decide it best fits in your business model.

  • On Premise
  • Off-site Data Center
  • Cloud

Developed from the ground up, DocChain lends itself to be customized. Providing the ability to integrate with the SSO of your choice.


Uploading for Storage

  1. Using DocChain, the application encrypts the document with a single key.
  2. The encrypted document is sent to a node and stored in the blockchain.
  3. Simultaneously, the newly created document key is encrypted with the uploading users private key, effectively securely sharing the document’s key with themselves, creating the first point of access in its history.

Transferring Data Between Users

  1. The application decrypts the document’s key using the User-1’s private key.
  2. The application then encrypts the document key with User-2’s public key, sharing it with User-2.
  3. User-2 can now decrypt the document’s key using their private key.
  4. User-2 is able to use the decrypted document key to decrypt the document itself.