According to Nodle, a decentralized network provider, the verification of genuine media may rely on blockchain solutions as artificial intelligence advances.

Nodle is currently developing a software development kit for its ContentSign solution, which will utilize blockchain technology to verify the integrity of data from the moment it is captured.

It is actively involved in the Content Authenticity Initiative, working alongside Adobe and the Linux Foundation to establish a global standard for media verification.

Nodle utilizes smartphone Bluetooth connectivity to expand the reach of Internet of Things (IoT) networks by providing storage, computing power, and Bluetooth capability.

It confirmed that ContentSign will be integrated into this suite of technologies, ensuring that a specific device or camera has captured a piece of visual media along with its associated metadata.

ContentSign is being considered a solution to guarantee the accuracy and integrity of visual evidence submitted for insurance purposes.