General questions
Blockchain Certifications Token. It is a utility token, currently based on Ethereum blockchain (but can be linked to any other public blockchain), that is used as a unit of account in any type of transaction between buyers, sellers, and service providers in a blockchain-based cloud tool CORE and smart contract services platform. The token is not a digital currency, security or a commodity.
BCERTs are utility tokens meant for use in the BCERTs CORE platform. They are transferable. There is no restriction on the token being traded on exchanges, at the token holders discretion. There are many exchanges, listed here, however, we have not encouraged or facilitated any exchange trading in any way. We provide the foregoing information solely as a means of reducing the inquiries we receive about this.
All prices for themes, templates and other items, including each seller's or buyer's account balance are in USD
The utility tokens are intended for use on the BCERTs CORE platform, a Blockchain-based digital business, transaction and services cloud platform. Ownership of the tokens carry no rights other than the right to use them as a means to operate a business on the CORE, engage in smart contract transactions and obtain services on the BCERTs CORE platform, and to enable usage of and interaction with the platform, if successfully completed and deployed. The tokens do not represent or confer any ownership right or stake, share or security or equivalent rights, or any right to receive future revenue shares, intellectual property rights or any other form of participation in or relating to the BCERTs CORE cloud platform, and/or BlockCerts and its affiliates. The tokens are not refundable and are not intended to be a digital currency, security, commodity or any other kind of financial instrument.

Additional information regarding the utility of BCERTs is available in the terms and conditions.

What is a Value Node “VNODE” that makes up a BCERTs Token?

VNODEs are transaction sub-units included in a BCERTs token. There are 100 VNODEs per BCERTs Token. These are like markers that determine the critical points in a smart contract transaction, where a certification, or transfer, connection, or other marker, is required. VNODES are like “initials” on a physical contract, which mark, with certainty, any particular elements inside the entire transaction confirmed and attested by a BCERTs Token. The BCERTs token remains open until all 100 VNODEs are used, where it is then locked. However, it may still be transferred, or “chained” to other BCERTs tokens, to keep a flow of streamed transactions connected.
We are building the BCERTs Tokens platform to integrate the BCERTs CORE business cloud (see below), the BCERTs Central Smart Registry “CSR” ledger system, as well as a BCERTs wallet and related blockchain-authenticated functionality. The utility token is for streaming transactions and obtaining services, authenticating users identities, and effecting compliance and regulatory based processes on the platform. The token will be used, for example, in managing identity for Know Your Client (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) onboarding, tracking transaction terms, providing compliance based tracing and processes, validating documents and user applications for loans, mortgages, prescriptions and other highly regulated, compliance based, transactions – and for acquiring integration services through privately posts to authentication services, transfer services, and confirmed third party Applications (APPs), posted on the BCERTs APP store.

Given the software development kit, API and open development modules we publish for the platform, and projects, however, we also envision that as we develop the BCERTs protocol, third-party developers may come up with new and novel uses for the tokens, functions and new integrations.
  • Register an account
  • Activate your account
  • Go to the Themes section and upload your theme
  • The next step is the approval step, which usually takes about 72 hours.
You can view BCERT token balance in your non-hosted Ethereum wallet that supports ERC20 tokens by watching the BCERT contract.
  • BCERT Smart Contract address: ##################
  • Number of Digits: 18
  • Symbol: BCERT
BCERT meets ERC20 token protocol, and can be stored in ERC20 compatible wallets. BCERT Tokens can be stored in the BCERT Wallet, or external wallets. We do not recommend a particular product.
One and a half billion BCERT will be sold. In addition to the tokens sold, we have created a development team pool of 300 million tokens. Finally, we created a user growth pool (UGP) of 300 million BCERT. To learn more about the UGP, please see the following chart and more information below:
We will sell the equivalent of 1.5 billion tokens, at a market value to be set against the daily moving average of ETH : BTC. There is no plan, at this time, to have a follow-on BCERT sale.

Will there be a pre-sale ?

There will be private pre-sale of BCERT Tokens, up to 200 million, that will have a floating discount of twenty five (25%) at the time of the sale, versus the price at the official launch. The presale will close when a maximum of 200 million BCERT tokens are sold.
The BCERT smart contract address:
If you are an APP publisher or developer, interested in joining the BCERTS platform on BlockCerts, the best way to get going is join the current Fintech Store program here - Developers may request to join the community at here (when open to developers). Once approved, we will provide you access to publish, and develop onto the BCERT CORE platform- you will be updated with launched versions and updates.
The platform is immediately available for use for certain transactions, communications and to users wishing to secure their position on in the digital business tools and streaming services. According to our road map, and guided by users adoption, more details regarding ad development and scheduling will be posted regularly for the BCERT CORE platform community.
Who may use BCERTs once the token platform is finished?

BCERTS affiliate and primary sponsor, has create partnerships for providing services already with Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud. APP publishers such as Artificial Intelligence “AI” innovator, IPSoft, accreditation developer and fintech API provider (Envest / Yodlee - pending), Oracle Apiary have provided API integration and APP publishing on the BCERT CORE and Other large name publishers are working to become part of the platform, and will be added upon completion of requirements.
We’ve covered the problems with identity fraud in the existing digital business model in a few ways that BCERT deals with identity fraud: the token verify’s the user account, to external factors, such as ID, external authentication sources and third-party transactions, creating a digital identity signature within the BCERT Token for each user. The VNODE Metrics (VNODE) system reduces fraud entry points, and track smart contract action points. The BCERT will be auditable against the open source blockchain ledger, with transaction engagement verified using Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZKP) protocols.
You can find the BCERT whitepaper once it has been released for public view.