- 1 Overview of SignatureChain
- 2 Why use Blockchain for Document Certification?
- 3 What is Signature Chain?
- 4 Where can I get Signature Chain wallet?
- 5 What hashing algorithm does Signature Chain use?
- 6 What coins are similar to Signature Chain?
- 7 How do I buy Signature Chain?
- 8 Becoming an Ambassador?
- 9 What is cryptoart, and why would I want to participate in the cryptoart market?
- 10 What is the value of Signature Chain?
- 11 What is SignatureChain?
- 12 Why timestamping chain is better than “code signature” chain?
- 13 History of SignatureChain
Overview of SignatureChain
Why use Blockchain for Document Certification?
We now live our lives increasingly online.We are not aware of it but there is a digital signature in all our online activities, requiring information to be sent back and forth.Blockchain technology has demonstrated the potential of transforming the way that online information is managed and stored.
What is Signature Chain?
Signature Chain aims to provide a solution to known certification issues, by offering a platform that allows anyone to certify data and files on a blockchain.Additionally, Signature Chain hopes to help other Waves projects by offering a custom and project dedicated web-wallet service.
Where can I get Signature Chain wallet?
Signature Chain produces its own wallet software that is available for download on its website, which allows you to store Signature Chain on your computer.For maximum security, you can store your cryptocurrencies on a dedicated hardware wallet such as a TREZOR wallet or a Ledger Nano X.If you do not wish to buy a hardware wallet, you may consider using a mobile wallet such as Atomic Wallet, Jaxx, or Coinomi to store multiple cryptocurrencies with some added security benefits.
What hashing algorithm does Signature Chain use?
Signature Chain is a coin that uses the ETH Token algorithm.
What coins are similar to Signature Chain?
The following coins use Signature Chain’s ETH Token algorithm and proof-type: Chainlink, THETA, Binance USD, DREP, DREP [old], PancakeSwap, Aave, FTX Token, Maker, Huobi Token, Crypto.com Coin, Dai, Polygon, Chiliz and Holo.
How do I buy Signature Chain?
It is not possible to buy all cryptocurrencies with U.S.dollars.Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin and other popular cryptocurrencies can be purchased with U.S.dollars using Coinbase or BlockFi.Once you have purchased Bitcoin using Coinbase, you can then transfer your Bitcoin to an exchange such as Binance to purchase other cryptocurrencies, including Signature Chain.
Becoming an Ambassador?
An ambassador is someone who publicly supports our project and will help spread SIGN, such as getting
contacts and reach, helping community, writing articles, etc.
What is cryptoart, and why would I want to participate in the cryptoart market?
Have you ever looked at digital art and thought; “I wish I could somehow..own this?”, perhaps you wondered about if it would ever be possible to have an art market, but for digital art.But it wouldn’t be possible, because any and everyone could just get a digital copy of the file.This is what cryptoart solves; cryptoart introduces digital scarcity and proven ownership to digital artworks.Blockchain technology, specifically ‘NFTs’ or ‘Non-Fungible Tokens’ allow digital artworks to have digital scarcity, by letting an NFT represent ownership of a digital work.
What is the value of Signature Chain?
One Signature Chain (SIGN) is currently worth $0.01 on major cryptocurrency exchanges.You can also exchange one Signature Chain for 0.00000012 bitcoin(s) on major exchanges.The value (or market capitalization) of all available Signature Chain in U.S.dollars is $5.41 million.
What is SignatureChain?
Signature Chain (SICA) aims to decentralize a mainly centralized procedure – document certification.Blockchain technology will be utilized to certify various amounts of files, videos, and many more.Signature Chain’s platform will allow users to certify documents with ease, permitting users to confirm these documents with their digital signature created by a cryptographic hash function.
Why timestamping chain is better than “code signature” chain?
Timestamping is recommended as the way to prolong signature validity after its certificate expiration date.One just need to add new timestamp signature before previous timestamp is expired.