Verisart's patented certification reflects verified information about the creator, issuer and object. The status of the certificate is reflected by the badge type. Learn more about certificate status
What does creator authorized mean?
Creator authorized means the certificate was created by the creator themselves or by a third party (e.g. a gallery) authorized by the creator to issue certificates on their behalf.
Authorized creators will have a tick next to their name and their signature image will also be visible.
If a creator is not verified, they will have a warning next to their name.
To add an authorized creator you'll need to either add yourself as a creator or send an authorization request to the creator you're working with. You can learn more here:
The issuer is the creator of the certificate or NFT, very often this is the creator themselves but it can also be a business creating certificates on behalf of creators.
A verified issuer has passed our identity verification checks. We always ask for a government ID and businesses need to provide additional details including a VAT or incorporation number.
If the issuer is verified, they will have a tick next to their name in the certificate panel.
If an issuer is not verified, they will have a warning sign next to their name.
Identity verification is a necessary step for all new users wanting to create certificates of authenticity. Creators will be asked to verify their identity when creating their first certificate. Businesses will be asked to verify their identity when they add the first creator they represent.
We use an external provider to securely verify your document. This can be a passport, driving license, etc. Find out more here: How do I verify my identity?
Loss of the verified status
The display of the verified badge is at Verisart's discretion. Accounts may lose their verified status if they violate our Terms of Service, make false claims about certificates, themselves, other creators or users of the system. We may also suspend accounts temporarily or permanently for such violations.