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Examine the PEDDaLŽ blockchain, record numbers 0x000095 through 0x00009E, in edition 180611a.

If your browser is automatically verifying the date or integrity against a blockchain record, it is likely practicing the claims of US Patent 8,903,839.
Claim 1:
A computer implemented method of verifying age and integrity of a visited website page, the method executable by a processor, the method comprising: receiving at least a portion of the page into a non-transitory computer readable medium in a computing resource from across a public computer network; identifying a claimed date associated with the page; generating a first integrity verification code (IVC) for the page; selecting a closed a document dating list (DDL) edition in which to search for an IVC matching the first IVC, wherein the DDL edition contains IVCs for multiple documents and wherein a closing date of the DDL edition corresponds to the claimed date; searching, among multiple different IVCs within the closed DDL edition, for the matching IVC; and responsive to identifying the matching IVC within the closed DDL edition, generating a report indicating to a user of the computing resource that the claimed date has been verified.

This page was set up for facilitating proof of both integrity and date-of-existence according to US Patent 9,330,261.
Claim 1:
A computer implemented method of proving age and integrity of a published website page, the method executable by a processor, the method comprising: receiving an integrity verification code (IVC) generator into a non-transitory computer readable medium, the IVC generator being executable by a processor; receiving at least a portion of the page into a non-transitory computer readable medium; with a processor, generating an IVC for the received portion of the page using the executable IVC generator; submitting the IVC to a first document dating list (DDL) edition across a public computer network; after closure of the first DDL edition, identifying a provable date of the first DDL edition; with a processor, generating a database file that links an identification of the page with an identification of the closed DDL edition; publishing the database to be accessible over the public computer network.

See PEDDaL.com for a list of other patents that may cover the generation of this and similar pages, along with internet browser functionality.
US Patents 8,903,839 and 9,330,261 claim priority to US Patent 7,904,450, which was filed on April 25, 2008. That date is more than six months prior to the October 31, 2008 publication of Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System, by Satoshi Nakamoto.
US Patent Application Number 15/665,016 claims priority to US Patent 7,676,501, which was filed on March 22, 2008 and published as US Patent Application Publication Number 2008/0177799 on July 24, 2008.

The various records correspond to:
0x000095 The entire html file.
0x000096 The portion of the html file between html tags that demark static text.
0x000097 The same portion of the html file as for record 0x000096, but processed according to the teachings of US Patent 7,904,450 to remove some unprintable characters.
0x000098 The same portion of the html file as for record 0x000096, but processed according to the teachings of US Patent 7,904,450 to remove some unprintable characters and also all html tags.
0x000099 The entire html file, but processed according to the teachings of US Patent 7,904,450 to remove some unprintable characters.
0x00009A Similar to record 0x000095, but appended with the URL.
0x00009B Similar to record 0x000096, but appended with the URL.
0x00009C Similar to record 0x000097, but appended with the URL.
0x00009D Similar to record 0x000098, but appended with the URL.
0x00009E Similar to record 0x000099, but appended with the URL.