Frequently Asked Questions

What confidential information does Provenance+ collect and store?

Provenance+ only stores information about the object, such as the title and the name of the artist or maker. This object information is linked to a number that corresponds with the identification tag on the physical object. Provenance+ does not collect or store personal information such as ownership history and names. All personal information is stated directly to the notary, who will store the information with the strictest confidentiality, to which he is bound by law. 

Why doesn’t Provenance+ use blockchain to register the provenance?

What are the exact advantages of using a notarial deed?

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What information does the notary disclose to the public?

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