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0xcert is a Slovenian startup company developing software and blockchain solutions, mainly focused on implementations of non-fungible tokens on the blockchain.[1] The company was founded in 2018 by Kristijan Sedlak, Jure Zih, Tomaž Erjavec, and Jure Pučko. Advisors to 0xcert include ERC-721 standard’s lead author William Entriken and early investor in blockchain space Mark Pui.

After successful ICO crowdfunding[2] in July 2018, the project launched in August 2018. Since the ICO, the core team of 0xcert remained unchanged with CEO/CTO Kristijan Sedlak, CSO Urban Osvald, Lead blockchain developer Tadej Vengust and Lead front-end developer David Ličen.

0xcert has developed the blockchain-agnostic 0xcert Framework for building decentralized applications on the blockchain, based on the principles of the 0xcert Protocol[3] that defines the communication of smart contracts and integrated elements with the blockchain networks.

More recently, 0xcert has created a fork of the open-source code of newly launched Nightfall software by Ernst & Young to increase their interoperability and certification features.[4] [5]


  1. Arnold, Andrew. "How Social Media Can Benefit From Blockchain Technology", [Forbes], 29 May 2018. Retrieved on 9 May 2019.
  2. Larson, Joshua. "ICO Analysis: 0xcert", [Hacked], 24 June 2018. Retrieved on 9 May 2019.
  3. Sedlak, Kristijan; Zih, Jure; Pirc, Mitja; Osvald, Urban. "0xcert Protocol, Whitepaper 0.5", 0xcert, Ljubljana, 31 December 2018. Retrieved on 9 May 2019.
  4. Kim, Christine. "Why Ethereum's Privacy Matters and What's Being Built to Support It", [Coindesk], 23 June 2019. Retrieved on 26 June 2019.
  5. Sedlak, Kristijan. "Ernst & Young Recently Released Nightfall. We Enhanced its Versatility", [Hackernoon], 14 June 2019. Retrieved on 26 June 2019.

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