Tezos DigiSign | An open source solution
A free of charge open source solution, to digitally sign, certify and verify the authenticity of your digital documents in a secure Blockchain and in complete autonomy!
The platform, with source code available in Gitlab, is intended for companies, institutions and associations with needs either to check the origin, the integrity and authenticity of digital documents they receive, or to timestamp and prove the documents they send are originals coming from them.
Compliant with the European eIDAS regulation on simple digital signature (80% of the market), it is a cost-effective digital signature solution that not only can work with documents, but also with data.
Tezos DigiSign is installed in your IT environments and allows you to carry out your own electronic signature projects in total autonomy, the Tezos blockchain acting for authentication, time stamping and the immutable storage of digital proofs of signature.
Royalty-free, you have no license fees, no trusted third parties to pay, no contracts to sign with anyone in order to use it. Beyond your implementation project, your only costs will be the costs of the signature transactions that you will pass on the blockchain.
Compared on traditional solutions based on PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) and trusted third parties, the advantages are numerous:
- Drastic cost reductions. The massification of signatures makes it possible to achieve document timestamping for possibly less than a hundredth of a cent per document.
- Total autonomy: you do not need to contract anything with third parties.
- Increased security: documents do nott leave your corporate network.
- No need for digital certificate, and therefore no need to manage revocations of these.
- No document format or size constraint, beyond PDF, you can sign videos, photos, autocad files, pieces of music, lines of code, etc … Tezos DigiSign can also be used to certify the integrity of content held in the database.
Source code and documentation for Tezos DigiSign are available on Gitlab.