WREP lancia il Primo Social Blockchain Certification Framework

WREP Media Company ha collaborato con i suoi partner e collaboratori per sviluppare e distribuire blockchain privata, sistemi di autenticazione e certificazione basati su blockchain privata e pubblica con criptovaluta e framework di autenticazione/certificazione basati su blockchain per creare e gestire transazioni NFT su blockchain private e pubbliche, nonché framework web, dispositivi e applicazioni e API applicative che supportano l’autenticazione basata su blockchain. La società ha anche rilasciato My Wills Good Testament su Apple, Google e Android App Store, la prima app a certificare testamenti e testamenti video.

Il WREP cura l’informazione e partecipa a conferenze democratiche

WREP ha sempre dato molta importanza al giornalismo di qualità, all’informazione e all’integrità. Inoltre, come organizzazione responsabile, WREP presta attenzione alle questioni sociali, politiche ed etiche. I test Covid e i green pass sono tra le questioni da affrontare. Il metodo in vigore non è necessariamente il più etico o efficace per affrontare i problemi causati dalla pandemia. Sono stati molti i cittadini e gli intellettuali che hanno espresso questi dubbi, tra cui il professor Alessandro Barbero.

Organizzare una conferenza implica comunque il rispetto di leggi e regolamenti. I confronti politici o legali dovrebbero avvenire a livello governativo, non tra soggetti che cercano di promuovere il dibattito e lo scambio. Il nostro obiettivo, come entità mediatica, è quindi quello di incoraggiare tutte le attività giornalistiche, culturali e gli eventi, nel rispetto delle leggi locali, statali e nazionali.

In una democrazia, ogni cittadino è incoraggiato a contribuire al miglioramento del quadro giuridico verificandolo e partecipando al dibattito, ma solo nei luoghi appropriati e non al di fuori del loro contesto naturale. Inoltre non dovremmo scoraggiare eventi culturali per esprimere dissenso con leggi che non sono parte del dibattito e sulle quali gli organizzatori non hanno nessun controllo.

MY WILLS, Good Testament. La prima App per certificare le proprie volontà in blockchain

My Wills è una applicazione per creare e certificare i tuoi testamenti e le tue volontà. Puoi utilizzare l’app My Wills per caricare brevi video, foto o i tuoi documenti, questi ultimi solo in formato PDF. Vai sulla sezione (home) della lista dei video e clicca sul pulsante Aggiungi(+) se vuoi fare una prova. Potrai chiedere una doppia certificazione in blockchain (Wrep e Bitcoin) solo dopo aver completato il tuo profilo.

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How to add a “Signature” to your certified articles with blockchain WREP


This mini tutorial offers help to those who have to insert the certified signature of their articles in the Blockchain WREP at the bottom of them, using the WordPress system (the procedure also applies to any other system used).

Copy the HTML code of the signature

Login to https://reporter.wrep.eu and access the LINK CERTIFICATION section. Select the article whose signature is to be taken and click on the [HTML] button. A window similar to this one will open:

Select and copy the code in the grey box with the buttonCTRL+C (or right mouse button + COPY).

Edit article on WordPress

Go to the WordPress article management panel and select the item MODIFY for the article to which you want to add the Blockchain WREP certified signature.

Accessing HTML code

Position yourself on the text of the article and click on CLASSIC EDITOR and then on the 3 vertical dots OTHER OPTIONS and choose MODIFY AS HTML:

A window like this will then open containing all the text of your article:

Position yourself at the bottom of the article and paste the HTML code of the previously copied certified signature by clicking CTRL+V (or right mouse button + PAST):

Article verification

Click on the PREVIEW top button to make sure everything is OK. If everything is ok and you get the following result, you can click on the UPDATE button:

Freedom of the press: Italy 41st in the world ranking

Reporters sans frontières  sans frontières has drawn up the world report for 2020 which illustrates the il ranking of 180 countries for press freedom.

Among the top ten we find above all the states of Europe with a podium all dedicated to the North:

Top ten ranking 2020 (Fonte:rsf.org)

In first place is Norway and in eleventh place, one step outside the top ten is Germany:

Italy is improving by gaining points compared to previous years, with a remarkable and positive gap from 2015-2016, one of the most inglorious years for Italy.

Ranking per anno 2013-2020 Italia (Fonte:rsf.org)

However, it seems clear that press freedom in Italy deserves to be described as a point on which to beat again, probably now more than ever, considering the decisive decade for the journalism sector and all its professionals and considering Italy’s 41st place in the world ranking for press freedom.

Ranking 2020 for press freedom in the world (Source:rsf.org)

We report the whole text from the article of rsf.org as regards Italy and its internal situation.

Still under protection
About 20 Italian journalists are currently receiving round-the-clock police protection because of serious threats or murder attempts by the mafia. The level of violence against reporters keeps on growing, especially in Rome and the surrounding region, and in the south. In Campania, the editor of Campanianotize.com narrowly escaped a murder attempt in November 2019 by a local mafia family in reprisal for his newspaper’s investigative reporting. In Rome, reporters were verbally and physically attacked in the course of their work by members of neo-fascist groups and the Five Star Movement (M5S), which is part of the coalition government. On the whole, Italian politicians are less virulent towards journalists than in the past, but journalism risks being undermined by certain recent government decisions, such as a possible reduction in state subsidies for the media.


-rsf.org, 2020 ; https://rsf.org/en/italy; consultato il 25/04/2020

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-rsf.org, 2020; https://rsf.org/ranking# ; https://rsf.org/fr/donnees-classement consultato il 25/04/2020




Giulietto Chiesa has left us

We communicate with great dismay and pain at the sudden departure of one of the pillars of free information, dear Giulietto Chiesa.

Professional journalist, politician, activist, former MEP, director of PANDORATV.IT as well as our official partner and one of the founders of this brilliant project called WREP..

Through the words of cartoonist Vauro we could not give a better image of this man, even before this journalist:

WREP will always remember you as one of the most prolific and committed journalists on the free information front, with a detached and absolutely alternative vision.

Eyes that wept in the face of horror and shone in the face of truth.

Thank you Giulietto for everything you have done.


Blockchain WREP certifica la proprietà intellettuale dei web reporter

As Fulvio Sarzana published: “The convergence between television, new technologies and telecommunications has led to the birth of a new ‘right’ “( Il Sole 24 Ore).

Thanks to the legal value attributed by the simplification bill since February 2019 it is possible to certify the intellectual property on all the artefacts or artefacts created and shared digitally through Blockchain Registers.

Photographers, designers, editors, journalists, directors, bloggers will be able to certify their work and take advantage of this certification in the judicial phase to defend their intellectual property by registering with the WREP Register.

If you want to start protecting your work or make you recognize the paternity of the same, take a first step towards the only technology that can guarantee this right.


Photojournalism is the form of journalism that employs images to tell a story. Usually refers only to still images, but more and more the term also refers to the video used in television journalism, the so-called Videogame. Photojournalism distinguishes itself from other branches of photography, such as documentary photography, social documentary photography, street photography or celebrity photography, respecting a rigid ethical framework that requires that the reporter be always honest and impartial in telling the story in strictly journalistic terms. Photojournalists create images that contribute to information, so photojournalists need to be well informed about the events they are taking.

Timeliness, objectivity and narration are the three main principles of the Photo and Video Journalist. Timeliness as Images have meaning in the context of a recently published event. Objectivity, given the nature implied by the images that must be a correct and accurate representation of the events that are portrayed, both in content and tone. Narration because the images are combined with other elements of the story that makes the facts of a news easier to access to the public.

As a writer, a photojournalist is a reporter, but he or she must often make decisions instantly and carry photographic equipment, often while exposed to significant obstacles (e.g., physical danger, weather, crowds, physical access).

The photojournalist ethics

All photojournalists and videogionalists must strive with their own example and their area of ​​influence in maintaining high standards of ethical conduct, keeping themselves free from mercenary considerations of any kind. Every photojournalist and video reporter has the responsibility, at all times, to look for images that report reality in a truthful, honest and objective way. Corporate promotion in its many forms is essential, but false statements of any kind are not worthy of a professional photojournalist and any such practice must be openly condemned.
It is our duty of every photo and video to encourage and assist all colleagues, so that the quality of photojournalism can be constantly raised to ever higher standards.
It is the duty and goal of every photojournalist to work to preserve all the rights of press freedom recognized by democratic laws and work to protect and expand the freedom of access to all sources of news and visual information.

Laws regarding photography can vary significantly from nation to nation. The legal situation is further complicated when one considers that photojournalism made in one country will often be published in many other countries.