Keychain launches Bitcoin based data security framework

Keychain launches Bitcoin based data security framework

Keychain has released its Bitcoin-based data-security and identity framework. After successful integration and iteration with Japanese partners, Keychain released its award-winning data security and identity infrastructure, Keychain Core, to its partners globally. Keychain Core is a blockchain-agnostic application development framework that allows clients to quickly and cost effectively develop modern blockchain applications where data security and integrity are key requirements.

Keychain Core enables partners to secure any data on any device anywhere in the world in a self-sovereign way, without having to entrust security to unaccountable third parties such as network and cloud providers or certificate authorities. Target applications include energy, finance, medical/pharmaceutical, automotive, regulatory compliance, insurance, supply chain management, and gaming. "Keychain gives our partners access to tooling that is fit-for-purpose in critical applications, two years ahead of what a recent blockchain report by Allied Business Intelligence suggested would be available on the market only in 2021." - Jonathan Hope, Keychain CEO.

With the Keychain Core SDK, Keychain partners embed new technical capabilities directly into their applications, Self-sovereign identity, End-to-end encryption, decryption, signing, and verifying data , Key rollover (break-glass recovery) while maintaining identity continuity with counter parties, Historical digital signature attribution, Application-level workflow consensus with multi-signature support. 

In short Keychain addresses  seven key hurdles to enterprise adoption:

  1. Cost - Reduces project time, risks, and costs by presenting a clean, easy-to-use API for the common developer.
  2. Transition - Integrates with instead of replaces existing systems.
  3. Scale - Scales as data exists off chain.
  4. Data privacy - Uniquely provides data confidentiality for data both in flight and at rest regardless of the network or cloud service.
  5. Interoperability - Supports Bitcoin and variants, uses established standards, and supports migration between blockchain networks.
  6. Security - Conforms with international standards including ISO 88033, NIST, BSI, ECRYPT, and CRYPTOREC.
  7. Integration - Natively supports platforms Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, languages Java, C#.NET, python, and C++, and device types (including small IoT and smart watch). Works well with common middleware, network protocols, and cloud services, allowing partners complete freedom and control over their data and architecture.



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