Digital Certificates - OpenCerts
CBC Certificate is available on OpenCerts - a blockchain-based platform.
Secure & Tamper-Proof.
24/7 access anytime, anywhere.
How it works:
Get the OpenCerts file with file extension .opencert from IBS. The OpenCerts file is an encrypted file of your certificate.
Send the OpenCerts file and OpenCerts website link (https://opencerts.io/) to potential employers or any interested parties.
Verify the certificate by dropping the OpenCerts file on the OpenCerts website (https://opencerts.io/)
What is OpenCerts Blockchain Platform?
OpenCerts is the umbrella trademark with a few key components:
An open source schema for publishing educational credentials
A set of tools for generating cryptographic protections for educational credentials
This online website for verifying the authenticity of OpenCerts files.
Can I rename my OpenCerts file?
You may rename your OpenCerts file but you must retain the file extension (.opencert).
I have misplaced my OpenCerts file. What do I do?
The OpenCerts file is unique to you. If you have misplaced your OpenCerts file, you may also drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information and we will resend you the OpenCerts file:
1. Full Name
2. Date of attending main track training
Can I use any Internet browser to view OpenCerts website?
The OpenCerts website is best viewed in Chrome browser.
Can I print my OpenCerts certificate?
Printing the certificate discards all the advanced cryptographic protections that are built into the OpenCerts, hence printing is not recommended. While there is a print button on OpenCerts website for you to print/export your certificate as pdf format.