In April, the company released the first version of its “blockchain-powered” service called Evernote.
Now it is introducing Evernotize, a software that allows users to transfer digital assets such as banknotes and shares between each other without the need for a third party.
The software is free and works with any bank account or debit card, according to a statement from the company.
Users can upload images, videos, and other files to the service and have them “tagged” in a QR code.
The blockchain is stored in a public ledger, meaning that users can’t change its order or transaction history, and it is encrypted and secured by the bank.
Evernote is not the only blockchain company that is using blockchain technology.
Last month, Bitpay, a payments processor, launched its own blockchain platform.
This article originally appeared on Wired.com.