edeXa Business Blockchain: Timestamp your WordPress Content on the Blockchain

With bStamp, you can timestamp your WordPress content comfort of your WordPress site. No prior blockchain experience necessary. After the set-up, everything is taken care of automatically!

Why do I need to timestamp my content?

bStamp does everything in its power to bring the benefits of blockchain to your WordPress website. Here are some reasons why you should timestamp your content:

  • Copyright protection
  • Transparency: increase trust and claim authenticity
  • Next-generation SEO benefits
  • Proof of existence at certain moments in time
  • Prepare for upcoming EU regulations
  • Be your own notary


  • Automatically timestamp your content on the blockchain
  • Show the blockchain certificate on website
  • Downloadable blockchain certificate as proof of existence

How does bStamp work?

Timestamping creates a unique and universal fingerprint (the ‘hash’) for all your posts. If the input changes, the hash becomes totally different.

This hash is added to the blockchain with a date and time. Because you (the website owner) have the input that results in this specific hash, you can prove that you published the content at that point in time.

Further Reading on edeXa, WordPress, and Blockchain

For more info on edeXa, WordPress, and Blockchain, check out the following:

From within WordPress

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘bStamp’
  3. Activate bStamp from your Plugins page.
  4. Go to “after activation” below.


  1. Upload the bStamp folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the bStamp plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to “after activation” below.

After activation

  1. Authenticate using your edeXa account


  • bStamp Dashbord from wher you can verify you account and Change the settings.
  • User can Stamp the content from Posts and Pages.


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