Immutable. Affordable. Easy.
Audits without the hassle.
- Irrefutable transaction records & transaction integrity.
- Real-time access to data eliminates manual data extraction.
- Continuous audit made real.
SAVE 30% ON AUDIT COSTS
LOCKED DOWN. PERMANENT. ROCK SOLID.
Proof of compliance made easy.
- Irrefutable records.
- 100% proof of performance.
- Real time access to data.
SAVE 50% ON PROOF OF COMPLIANCE COSTS
RigidBit leverages the power of the public blockchain to create an immutable record of your private data.
- 100% certainty of authenticity for all files and records.
- Easy to use, fast to install, affordable, non-intrusive.
- Store critical data securely and privately with public blockchain.
What is RigidBit?
RigidBit is a self-contained micro-blockchain that runs locally at the customer’s business and synchronizes with public blockchains.
RigidBit uses decentralization only where it is necessary and effective. Sensitive user data never leaves the client site, resulting in a 99.99% cost reduction, and completely removing of any possibility of accidental data leakage or NDA contract breach.
Each independent node can easily be connected to other nodes, forming a unique web of trust. A process known as “double pegging” is used to extend the web of trust to public blockchains, retaining their full strength and benefit without the cost.
RigidBit can be installed like any other standard piece of software. Blockchain specialists and programmers are not required, but a full API is available for those who wish to build on top of RigidBit as a platform.
Why Public Blockchains?
Public blockchains are the single most resilliant data structure known to man.
Public blockchains use peer-to-peer replication to place copies of the entire blockchain on tens of thousands of computers around the world. An attempt to corrupt historic data would require that same change also occur simultaneously on the majority of computers in the network, making it a virtual impossibility.
Data is added to the chain in groups of records known as "blocks". Each block contains the data to be preserved, a cryptographic fingerprint for the data, a timestamp, and a cryptographic reference to the previous block, creating a "chain". Attempting to change a block after inclusion would result in a fingerprint mismatch invalidating the entire chain.
RigidBit is Easy
Can be installed on nearly all computers, laptops, and servers.
Typically an hour or less, no coding required.
Does not interfere with existing tech infrastructure and operation.
Easy to Use
For weekly reporting and ad-hoc analysis or validation.
A small fraction of solutions claiming similar benefits.
Data is never stored in cloud servers, eliminating any possibility of accidental exposure.