The main difference between the various types of accounts we offer with Patamu Registry relies in the quantity of works you need to upload and the frequency of your uploads. In fact, Patamu offers both one-off payment plans and annual subscriptions.
One-off timestamps allow you to upload a single work or a .zip file containing several works for a maximum of 100MB or 500MB, at the cost - respectively - of € 10 and € 20.
Also for "one-off" timestamps, Patamu immediately guarantees the download of .zip files and generated .tsr files and the storage of the works and the related proofs of authorship on the portal for a minimum time of one year.
This type of account is designed for those who want to protect a work or a group of works and do not expect to create other works in the following year.
Turning now to subscriptions, the Advanced account allows you to upload 10 works per month for one year at a price of € 36.6 including VAT, while with the Professional account you get unlimited deposits and co-authorship services during the subscription year, at a cost of € 73.2 incl. VAT / year.
When the subscription expires, we will notify you with an email two weeks before the expiration and you can decide for yourself whether to renew it or not. With the renewal you can continue to deposit new works; if you do not renew, you can store the generated proofs of authorship, which will remain valid for 20 years.
Therefore, if you need to deposit more than one work or you plan to deposit more works within the year, our advice is to switch to the Advanced account (if you do not plan to exceed 10 deposits per month and you don't need to add co-authors to your work), or to the Professional account, with which you are entitled to unlimited deposits, also with co-authors.
That's it! Don't forget that the registration for a Starter account is free and allows you to deposit up to 10 works per month and 25 in total. At any time you can upgrade to a subscription or purchase a single timestamp to download the proof of authorship necessary to prove with legal validity that you are the original author of the work.