An online service to protect your pictures, illustrations and artwork by submitting them to the Birdlance blockchain. Track where your images are being used online powered by each node in the Birdlance network.
Birdlance runs its own Proof Of Stake Blockchain (based on NXT). Our utility coin (BLNC) can be used for buying and selling photographs on the platform and buying various Birdlance services. Since the Birdlance Blockchain doesn't require any mining but rewards are gained by staking, it is a lot more energy efficient and green than any other Proof Of Work Blockchain.Check out all apps
The airdrop has ended. We have distributed 10 million BLNC to almost 8000 users.
You can still create an account on our platform and will be able to use the same account when the marketplace goes live.
Protect your images on the blockchain. By submitting your image to the Birdlance blockchain network a unique hash of each image will be linked to your BLNC account.
Track where your images appear online. Search by an image and find where that image appears online.
Submit an URL of any image and get a unique hash backed by a blockchain transaction. Show duplicates of any image by requesting the hash or URL. Include image recognition capabilities in your own applications.
Each node acts as an initiator, contributor or validator while getting rewarded with BLNC.
Do you want to run a node on a cloud platform? Visit our Github. You can also visit our FAQ for more help on running a node.
By submitting your image to the Birdlance blockchain network a unique hash of each image will be linked to your BLNC account. Each image protection transaction can be viewed on the blockchain explorer. The fee of uploading a picture is 4 BLNC(this fee is rewarded to the node that forged the block).
85% of images uploaded to the internet are used without permission. Our AI searches for matches online and notifies you when a new match is found. Search by an image and find where that image appears online.
Submit an URL of any image and get a unique hash backed by a blockchain transaction. Show duplicates of any image by requesting the hash or URL.
Our developers API enables you to include image recognition capabilities such as tagging or not suitable for work classifying in your own applications.
Computer vision, image recognition and image similarity techniques with fully scalable APIs.
Birdlance blockchain with wallet and blockchain explorer.
Birdlance.com airdrop ended. We have distributed 10 million BLNC to almost 8000 users.
Birdlance blockchain client is updated to 1.0.02 with critical bugfixes and a node reward program is running till 2020.
Hebe Wallet is a decentralized mobile wallet that supports local transaction signatures, so your mnemonics will never be sent over the internet. BLNC was added in the september update.
Create an account on birdlance.com and navigate to my account to test out our alpha version.
BLNC can now be bought on SatoExchange. Sale ends on the 22nd of february 2020 after which trading will open.
integration of our reverse image search with each node. This means that the more nodes the birdlance blockchain network has, the more powerful our reverse image search will become.
Release of the Developers API. UI, scalability and further development and improvements.
To run the Birdlance wallet on a Windows device, simply download the installer or zip file. You can run the wallet by opening run.bat or clicking the Desktop shortcut if you used the Windows installer. You need to have Java installed.
To run the Birdlance wallet on a Windows device, simply download and extract the zip file. Open a terminal and run ./run.sh (compile with sh .\compile.sh the first time). You need to have Java installed.
No, you cannot mine BLNC. The Birdlance blockchain is a Proof Of Stake blockchain. This means it cannot be mined like a coin based on Proof Of Work such as Bitcoin. People get rewarded with coins by validating the network. To earn BLNC you must "stake" your coins in a wallet and enable forging or run a full node on a cloud platform such as Amazon Web Services. Read our wallet and forging guide here.
After creating an account you can now navigate to the upload photos section to test out our alpha version. After upload your image will be protected by a unique fingerprint saved on the Birdlance blockchain and will be linked to your BLNC account. This can be viewed on the blockchain explorer by clicking the link provided in the details of the image in the my photos section. If duplicates are found, a red border will appear around the image and a "show duplicates" button will be available in the details of the image. The fee of uploading a picture is 4 BLNC(this fee is rewarded to the node that forged the block). In the current alpha version it is only possible to upload a single picture at a time and Birdlance will cover the transaction fee of 4 BLNC.