LOEK! is connected to a blockchain; a network of computers linked to each other online, each of which contains a transaction database. Think of it as a logbook that stores exactly the same information. For instance, if you save a rental or service contract in the digital building file, it creates a ‘fingerprint’ of the document. This fingerprint is a ‘hash code’, a series of digits representing the exact contents of the document. This code is saved with a date and time on all computers in the network. Checks are carried out automatically to see whether the saved code is the same everywhere in the network.
What has this got to do with you?
It is impossible for anyone else to change the contents of a document saved in the digital building file without this being noticed. This means you can always see whether or not a document or data file is original. You avoid unnecessary discussions because everyone always sees the same document or file. Not even hackers can crack the security of all of the computers in the network at the same time, so your information is extremely safe.