Why use Evident Proof?
We separate Fact from Fiction
Evident Proof turns data, documents, processes and transactions into immutable, unhackable,
proof and provenance chains. It delivers evidence that can be used to meet compliance,
provenance and other data verification requirements.
At the press of a button output proof certificates that will stand up as evidence in Court
Proof of Concept with Microsoft
The first proof of concept was developed by members of Microsoft and Berkshire Cloud co-founders of Evident Proof
An immutable and verifiable database could be created using blockchain and Ethereum.
What is Evident Proof?
Evident Proof is a token based service that converts documents, transactions, and data
events into immutable, unhackable proof.
Providing evidence that can be used to meet compliance, provenance and other data verification requirements.
See our introduction video to understand our services better.
Our corporate advisors
Meet our CTO
Matt Roden - CTO Evident Proof
Our Chief Technology Officer discusses why the immutability of blockchain is a fundamental part of the platform and how Evident Proof is leading the way in helping organisations prove data integrity.
Hosho Audited - 100% Rating
Evident's Smart Contracts have been audited by Hosho. Click here for the Report.
Our senior management ran Microsoft and Oracles ISV channels. They have a track record of success in engaging, educating and delivering platform tools and services to ISV, SI and the development community
John Henry Clippinger Ph.D.
John is a Research Scientist at the MIT Media Lab’s Human Dynamics Group, a distinguished Research Fellow at the Institute for the Future, on the Steering Committee and Advisory Board of the Blockchain Ecosystem Network (BECON), and a former Chairman of the ITU Working Group on Identity and Authentication. Previously, Dr. Clippinger was founder and Co-Director of The Law Lab at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School. He was also a Senior Fellow at the Berkman Center where he co-founded Project Higgins, an open source, and identity framework to give users control over their personal information
Director - Microsoft & Advisor
Michael is passionate about working creatively with partners and global brands and is a specialist in business management and strategy, building partnerships and partner engagement processes, cross-group strategy, presentation and public speaking and emerging and innovative technology.
A co-founder of two successful IT security businesses, and with 30+ years of IT security experience, now working with Evident Proof, advising on security strategy and delivery for all aspects of its business and service offering.
Ex-Microsoft CTO & Innovation Director, Blockchain strategist and serial entrepreneur
Disruptor, Computer scientist, business advisor
Visionary, iconoclastic, computer revolutionary thought leader
Blockchain strategist, Chief developer and tech entrepreneur
M&A, corporate funding specialist financial leader
As featured in
Interview with Adrian Clarke, Founder of Evident Proof on the EPT Token Sale.
Adrian Clarke is the CEO of Evident Proof, a blockchain platform built to provide innovative Data verification and proof services. Evident Proof is making the processing and storage of data more efficient and safer, this includes operational data management and data events for compliance, risk verification, business reporting and various other due diligence purposes. In this interview, Adrian will be discussing the Evident project and the opportunities available to us.Read more
Brian Mcclafferty Co-Founder at Evident-Proof.Com – Date Verification and Proof Services.
Evident Proof is a blockchain, Ethereum and token-based service that turns data into immutable proof of evidence chains. They aim to deliver immutable data, provenance and proof services to businesses and enable proof and provenance services to individuals. Many organizations worldwide are increasingly required to justify and verify their data activities. This includes operational data management and data events for compliance, risk verification, business reporting and various other due diligence purposes.Read more
GDPR compliance and Blockchain
How are two of the biggest technology issues of today linked? There are concerns that the now-active General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and distributed ledger technology are incompatible, most likely stemming from the notion that, by virtue of a blockchain’s inherent public and transparent nature, it is far too accessible to be safe for enterprise use.Read more
BlockEx to list ICO for Evident Proof on BlockExMarkets.com
30 May 2018, London: BlockEx, the digital asset exchange provider for institutional-grade financial markets, has announced that it has agreed to list the upcoming Initial Coin Offering (ICO) from data verification and proof service provider Evident Proof on its BlockExMarkets.com trading exchange.Read more
Can Crypto Culture Tolerate Regulation?
When the Bitcoin whitepaper was released by the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009, it spawned a following of cryptocurrency enthusiasts embracing an ethos of autonomy and decentralisation. It stands to reason that, when the regulators come knocking, this following does not take kindly to their efforts.Read more
Top Considerations for CISOs When Consolidating Information Security Solutions
18 infosec pros share the top considerations for CISOs when consolidating information security solutions. Many CISOs seek to consolidate information security solutions to reduce their security clutter, cut costs, and simplify the management of information security overall. But there are many considerations CISOs must weigh to inform these decisions, such as redundancies, costs, integration, demands on internal IT departments, and more.Read more
Evident Proof and Swytch Partner To Capture Energy Production Data on the Blockchain
‘Immutable Proof’ service and sustainable energy blockchain will use IoT devices, data aggregators and Open Oracles to drive renewable energy use Evident Proof, the Ethereum blockchain and token based service that turns data into immutable proof of evidence chains, has partnered with Swytch – the blockchain platform for sustainable and renewable energy – to create a proprietary blockchain that will be used to capture energy production from generation equipment.Read more
Verifiying you've been forgotten – only the blockchain can do that
The blockchain can help businesses and individuals be confident that their data has been deleted. When the dot-com bubble first started inflating, it was impossible to imagine how ubiquitous constant connectivity could become. Today, of course, nearly everyone has multiple internet connected devices that they access almost constantly throughout the day.Read more
Battling counterfeiters with the blockchain
Blockchain can be an important tool for businesses to combat outside threats, argues Adrian Clarke. For any manufacturer, the supply chain is a crucial operation. Manufacturers need to know where their supplies are coming from and how they fit into the various stages of the manufacturing process. Increasingly, outside entities are also interested in the origins of a company’s supplies or where and when an item was manufactured — from consumers interested in buying goods that are environmentally friendly or non-exploitive to government entities enforcing standards.Read more
Evident Proof launches a blockchain-based service for ‘immutable proof chains’
Co-developed with Microsoft UK, it is designed to generate legally viable certificates that can back such claims as product origin, machine maintenance or 'forgotten' personal data.Read more
Evident Proof Provides New Compliance, Provenance Toolset
Developed from a proof of concept conducted with Microsoft, Evident Proof announced on Tuesday the launch of a new Ethereum, token-based service that adds an immutable layer of provenance to data storage systems. The service aims to provide immutable evidence of the lifeline of the data, acting as a tool for regulatory compliance and other verification activities.Read more
The Need for Data Certainty in an Internet of Things Era
How blockchain technology can immutably prove the integrity of the vast quantities of IOT data powering businesses An era widely described as the fourth industrial revolution is well underway, as the Internet of Things provides businesses with the means to monitor and gain mastery over the environments they operate in – gaining vast amounts of business value in the process.Read more