Each document contains a time stamped audit trail that lists every detail of the document transaction, including changes made during the negotiation process. This audit trail is secured with a unique digital signature, that prevents post execution tampering.
Each document and audit trail are equipped with a unique digital signature, rendering it tamper evident and ensuring document integrity. Should the document be altered, the user can clearly see the changes outlined in the signature panel.
Each document is encrypted and the unique hash is stored across thousands of locations in the largest blockchain network available, called Bitcoin. Users can confirm the integrity of the document, beyond the digital signature, by uploading the executed document (without the audit trail pages) to our blockchain audit trail link. Once submitted, the process will automatically compare the document’s hash to the stored hash on the Bitcoin Blockchain network. If the document has been edited, the hash will not match and a negative result will appear on the screen. Read more about how this works on our SignOnTheGo Blockchain Explained page.
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