1 - Certificate Code:
This is a unique code assigned by the system.
Online version of PDFone-click access to detail of CHRONOLOGY and TRANSFER of the NFT and the shared resource link if present as indicated in point 8.
2 - TimeStamp on Blockchain:
Date, time and seconds of when the NFT Certification was transcribed on the Blockchain.
3 - Name of the Registrant (the artist, the delegate, the gallery, the organisation).
4 - Representative image of the NFT indicated by the user during certification:
NOT the certified filei.e. it is not the document subject of the field 8.
5 - NFT properties:
This field displays the owner of the NFT. In the online view, the PDF shows in real time the owner's wallet where the NFT is deposited. If the NFT is transferred, the wallet in this field is also updated with the new wallet (new ownership) in real time.
6 - Title assigned by the user to the document during the tokenisation process.
7 - Description entered by the user during the tokenisation process.
8 - Hash of the tokenized file: Just like the fingerprint that is unique to a human being, digital assets also have a unique 'fingerprint': the cryptographic hash. This means that it is not the file that is recorded on blockchain but its identity. For this reason, during tokenization processing, files are NOT transferred to any server but are processed directly on the user's browser. This is to guarantee the confidentiality of the documents. Precisely because there is no transfer, any type of file with any extension and size (even several Gb, such as videos, etc.) can be processed. All in real time.
9 - NFT ID:
Unique alphanumeric string issued by the Blockchain to identify the NFT.
Online version of PDF: The transaction details are accessed on the blockchain explorer.
10 - QRcode with reference to the wallet address on Blockchain indicated in the point 5.
11 - Qrcode with reference on Blockchain to the NFT ID indicated in the point 9.