Within the Microsoft Office environment, users will see two new buttons.
Microsoft has always kept a close eye on advancements made in blockchain technology. Stampery, a service used to certify and verify documents, is of keen interest to them. As a result, Microsoft Office now supports Stampery authentication services. This will bring the blockchain-based notary service to the attention of enterprise clients all over the world. An intriguing development, although it remains to be seen how many people will use the service.
It is good to see Microsoft pay close attention to a blockchain-based service. Especially when considering how the company’s Office solution is used by millions around the world. However, there has always been a problem when it comes to certifying documents in a convenient manner. Microsoft has solved this issue by integrating support for Stampery.
Microsoft Office Integrates Stampery
Cryptocurrency enthusiasts will be familiar with what the service has to offer. Stampery lets users certify and verify documents against the Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains. This service is available in online form, but there is also an API which developers can access. Microsoft is using this API to integrate this feature into Microsoft Office directly. This means users do not have to leave their Office document to ensure it is a certified one.