The technology behind Stirdie

Powerful, immutable and secure. Our blockchain network helps
to make transactions the most secure they've ever been.


What is blockchain and how does it work?

Blockchain is an immutable ledger that facilitates the process of recording transactions and tracking assets (or data) through a network of connected nodes. Multiple transactions are written to a block which is then added to the blockchain. Each new block is connected to the one before it and after it in a cryptographic chain in such a way that it’s impossible to tamper with.

Stirdie is built using Quorum, a private Ethereum-based open-source enterprise blockchain technology with advanced enterprise-grade features enabling privacy, permissioning and performance.


Unlike a public blockchain where anyone can download the software, form a node and view the ledger, private blockchains are permissioned-based and are run and operated by a trusted intermediary or a consortium of participating entities.


Decentralization is the transfer of control and decision-making from a centralized entity (an individual or organization) to a distributed network, reducing the level of trust that users must place in each other.


Blockchain’s distributed ledger technology means it has no single source of truth and a single user cannot change the record of transactions. All transactions on the blockchain are validated via a consensus mechanism, ensuring each transaction is true and correct.

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Transforming business communications with blockchain messaging

At Stirdie, we’ve taken Quorum blockchain technology and moulded it to build the world’s first verified messaging tool, revolutionising trust and transparency in data transactions between users everywhere.


All exchanges of verified messages, files and documents sent via Verifyre are recorded on blockchain, providing organisations and users with an audit trail of transactions completed and total visibility over sent and received data.


As Stirdie uses a permissions-based blockchain, any user wishing to join the network must first complete a verification process before being able to securely send & receive data. This promotes security and compliance when transmitting any sensitive information to others.


Each user’s data is encrypted with their own personal keys, used to encrypt and decrypt data when sent via Stirdie, ensuring end-to-end encryption of confidential data between organisations and end-users.

use case


Stirdie aims to break down the barriers of interoperability and security risks of transferring patient data by providing an interoperable and immutable data exchange method for all healthcare professionals and patients. By using blockchain technology, Stirdie can help to build trust in data transmissions, satisfy regulatory requirements and protect against unauthorised access or malicious attacks on sensitive patient data.


Connecting the entire healthcare ecosystem together via the network, Stirdie is creating an interoperable means of data transfer between healthcare professionals, organisations and patients with a seamless integration into clinical workflows.

Secure & compliant

Providing an immutable trial of data transactions via blockchain, all healthcare professionals and patients will have access to a complete history of user interactions across the network, meeting compliance standards across the healthcare industry.


Stirdie will support clinical document Architecture (CDA) standards for eReferrals, specialist letters, prescriptions, lab results, diagnoses outcomes, discharge summaries and more.




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