ShelterZoom describes its Document GPS tool as “a proprietary blockchain technology that converts documents, contracts, and trading opportunities into fully digital, smart, and interoperable document tokens, a new course of smart documents, in order to address the significant limitations inherent to existing document and contract management technology, as well as to enable transferability, traceability and portability.”
The first on the market to tokenize Gmail documents, the product is designed to monitor and manage email attachments so users can monitor their entire journey, gaining visibility into who has downloaded the file, who opened it and who forwarded it.
Moreover, Document GPS allows senders to revoke a recipient’s access to download or share attachments at any time, even after email delivery. “ShelterZoom was built with the idea of enhancing the security of online information exchange by making blockchain integration simple and effortless,” said Chao Cheng-Shorland, CEO and co-founder of ShelterZoom.
“We’ve taken what we did for paperwork and contracts and applied it to email attachments, ensuring a document’s journey is secure throughout its existence. In addition, Document GPS complements our virtual trading platform, allowing clients to carry out an entire workflow within the same secure ecosystem.”
According to ShelterZoom, as Web3 grows, digital security will become much more critical than it already is. To help with this, Document GPS provides email senders with a time-stamped record in its interactive attachment library, which is integrated into the email interface, providing extensive visibility into how each recipient has interacted. with the dossier.
The company built the solution on top of the same blockchain technology that powers its overall platform to supply an additional degree of security for Gmail and Google Workspace users.
ShelterZoom plans to introduce a similar service to Microsoft Outlook users later this year. At the occasion, current use cases include crypto bankers, small business owners, and individual Google users.