Introduction

Certificate is an optimal way to standardize and optimize token information and intended to make users, bots or other subject types interaction with token fast and efficient. Standardized token unit can be processed and further shared without unnecessary limitations in several ways, like API, inner code modification etc. Once standardized, unit can be recognized as unique object and more likely to receive proper quality evaluation.

Add your token

First method to add your token to centralized Certore database is to log in and click on Your certs tab. Fill out url field with token website link and click on Add button. Certore Bot filter sites, which can't be detected as token-related, so be sure to have your content as expected. When your token is added, it's also linked to your account. Verify ownership to link token permanently.

Alternately you can add token in certificates section. In this case previous step is still required.

Verify ownership

Add next meta tag to your website, where encrypted certificate value is copied from Your certs section and begins with 0x

<meta name="ch:cert" content="encrypted certificate value">

Click reindex button to verify token ownership. When token is verified, certificate icon became green. Certificate is hard linked to your account after token verification.

Install certificate to website

Insert the Javascript certificate resource to your website

<script src="https://certore.com/api/certificate.min.js"><script>

Explicit certificate rendering with method object containing all parameters


        Certificate.prototype.obtain({
            // encrypted certificate value, copied from 'Your certs' section
            value: '0x14c0abf1d31c817345248868d911b7694d285d8fa4a6dab00e08412069e015cbf2f4de553905b056d2d1',
            //theme type, 'dark' or 'light', light by default
            theme: 'dark',
            // element .certore-certificate-link is appended to, default body
            // called as document.querySelector(appendTo)
            appendTo: '#certificateObtained',
            // .certore-certificate-link element style, default 'position: absolute;'
            style: 'position: relative;',
            // api version, default and available '1.0'
            version: '1.0'
        });

Explicit certificate rendering with method object containing required parameters


        Certificate.prototype.obtain({
            // encrypted certificate value, copied from 'Your certs' section
            value: '0x14c0abf1d31c817345248868d911b7694d285d8fa4a6dab00e08412069e015cbf2f4de553905b056d2d1'
        });

Successfully installed certificates

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Optimize information

Token information can be changed by adding meta tags to your website. Changes applied after reindexing.

Token title

// token title
<meta name="ch:name" content="My token">

Token description

// token description
<meta name="ch:description" content="My token description">

Token icon

// link to token image
<meta name="ch:icon" content="https://example.com/img/logo.jpg">

Token amount

// available token amount, integer
<meta name="ch:amount" content="820000000">

Whitepaper

// link to .pdf file
<meta name="ch:whitepaper" content="https://example.com/resources/whitepaper.pdf">

Team

// your team members, separated by coma
// format "member name|member position|member linkedin personal link|member image link"
// keep empty, if not available "member name|||member image link"
<meta name="ch:team" content="John Doe|CEO|https://www.linkedin.com/in/foobar/|https://example.com/img/logo.png, Jane Doe|CTO|https://www.linkedin.com/in/foobaz/|https://example.com/img/logo.png">

Social media

// links to social media, separated by coma
// twitter, facebook, reddit, telegram, youtube, medium, bitcointalk, github are allowed
<meta name="ch:socials" content="https://twitte.com/foo.bar, https://www.facebook.com/foo-bar">

Start date

// yyyy-mm-dd format
<meta name="ch:end" content="2018-01-30">

End date

// yyyy-mm-dd format
<meta name="ch:finish" content="2018-12-31">