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Since the dawn of the digital age, people have faced issues with verifying the legitimacy of electronic documents, IP, artwork, software and just about anything that made the switch over from the analog world.
Proof-of-Existence technology, through the onset of blockchain technology, has helped address this problem with provable timestamps of data. And, thankfully, Robin8 is allowing people to put integrity back into digital assets with their Profile Management Ecosystem (PMES) for free in May.
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The Profile Management EcoSystem (PMES) by Robin8 is a revolutionary new blockchain platform where photographers, artists, inventors, influencers, experts, and digital property owners can claim ownership of their IP or digital assets by easily uploading it to the QTUM blockchain and then have the ability to buy or sell as they see fit.
PMES is building an ecosystem of distributed autonomous ownership where digital assets are controlled by the community and not by a centralized private company.
Using PMES, digital data cannot be deleted or altered and includes a verifiable time stamp. This is a smart way to claim ownership of property, businesses, ideas via uploading documentation or claiming ownership over your digital assets you want to sell such as: music, inventions, IP ownership, real estate ownership, e-books, software, password keys, cryptocurrency tokens listed on stock exchanges, social media profile data, video or other content training programs, photographs, databases, images, graphic design, marketing swipe files, survey data, and much more.
Blockchain will become the norm as more and more companies start to implement its features into their systems, but until now, there has been no real application for the masses (aka consumers and business owners) to utilize the power of blockchain.
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