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How It Works

Easy and Transparent Metadata Validation

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Scanning QR Code 
Displays Key Details

All Sportafi Data Tokens are Touch Audit enabled for... 

*Instant Attribute Access - Enables users to easily touch or click to instantly view detailed attribute data related to products, services, and events

 

*Transparent Data View - Provides full transparency by allowing any user to view the data, its source, and the data's quality grade

 

*Platform Integration - Seamlessly integrated into the ChainIT platform, enhancing user experience, and data trustworthiness

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Where Verification

This would denote the location or venue where the record-breaking event involving the baseball occurred. For instance, it could specify the name of the stadium or ballpark, its city, and potentially even the exact part of the field where the ball landed or was caught.

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When Verification

This timestamp would specify the exact date (and possibly time) when the baseball was used to break a record. It would detail the day, month, and year of the significant event, and potentially even the inning or time if it was especially relevant.

Blockfinder will display the reference blockchain to the Data Token and highlight the data block and timestamp.

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WHERE

40.7572778

-73.8458788

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Who Verification

This refers to the individual player(s) or teams involved in the record-breaking event with the baseball. It would name the batter who hit the ball, the pitcher who threw it, and potentially any other players crucially involved in the play. It might also list the teams playing in that particular game.

WHO

Asset Owner

Martin Alex

Official

Brad D. Bailey

Witness

James J. Shupe

Asset Owner

  • Audit completed via Asset Owner's Sportafi Profile Data

Official

  • Audit completed via Official's Sportafi Profile Data and Organization's Employee Data

Witness

  • Audit completed via Witness' Sportafi Profile Data

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VERIFY ON CHAINIT

VERIFY ON PRODUCT PLATFORM

VERIFY ON WITNESS PAGES

VERIFY ON CREATOR PAGES

VERIFY ON INDUSTRY PAGES

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What Verification

This describes the specific record that was broken with this baseball. It could detail whether the ball was hit for the longest home run, or if it marked a player's record number of hits in a season, or any other significant record in baseball history. The description would provide context about why this particular baseball holds importance in the sport's annals.

Assets are listed on multiple ledgers for reference and confirmation.

Genesis block verified during When.

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Using these metadata points, anyone reviewing the information would get a comprehensive understanding of why that specific baseball holds significance and the context surrounding its place in baseball history.

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