Frequently Asked Questions

We've compiled a list of answers to common questions.

OVCODE is a cloud trust platform as a service company based in Zurich, Switzerland. We help individuals, businesses, and developers to identify, authenticate and verify digital data and physical items. With OVCODE, you have access to verifiable and tamper-proof eSignature and eSeal tools.
Yes, OVCODE is FREE. You only need to pay when you apply for a basic, standard or enterprise account.
Trust service is an electronic service that creates, validates, and verifies electronic signatures, time stamps, seals and certificates.
OVCODE is a patented technology that integrates blockchain to digital signature, cryptography and permanent storage.
OVCODE’s patented zero cycle latency algorithms assures security, accuracy and immutability of data published into the OVCODE Blockchain network.
OVCODE’s foundation is to provide tools for integrity, trust and insight for all the data you own and receive.
To verify existence of data, every single hash has an equivalent entry to the permanent storage assuring integrity of data published to the blockchain.
Both entries in the blockchain and permanent storage is an audit and proof of existence and integrity, thus, building trusted data.
  1. OVCODE Patent – Server Computer System for Implementing Transformation of an Original Entity into a Verifiably Authenticable Entity in a Heterogeneous Communications Network Environment.
  2. Registration No. 4/2017/00006317 (Philippines)
  3. OVCODE Patent Pending (Korea)
  4. OVCODE Patent Pending (USA)
  5. OVCODE Global WIPO PCT, Geneva Switzerland – patent reservation date for 155 Countries globally
  6. One-click Patent – Method of Conducting a Workflow in an Electronic Transaction Platform System with Payment Distribution (Philippines)
  1. One-click Distribution – Certificate of Copyright Registration and Deposit
  1. Zero-Cycle Latency – Apparatus, Instruments and Equipment primarily comprising data processing components for authentication and verification in a heterogeneous communications network environment