How do I verify that the signer actually signed the document?

31 Jan 2024

VeriDoc Sign

Whenever a signer electronically signs a document using VeriDoc Sign, metadata including their name, signature time and date of the event is recorded on the blockchain. This can then be verified against time stamps to ensure that the event actually took place. Once all parties have signed the document, a unique digital fingerprint of the document called a unique hash value is processed and recorded on the blockchain as well. The hash value is an important piece of the automated verification process as any changes to the original document would generate a significantly different hash value and cause the verification check to fail.

VeriDoc Sign eSignature solution is blockchain-secured and assures 100% data transparency every time you upload a document for signing, viewing, and storing. No matter how many people are involved with one document (to sign or view), security is never an issue with us. 

Paper-based projects impact your company's workflow and productivity. They act as a roadblock and are a massive cause of inefficiencies in your everyday life. While you can try and ignore the problems, the customer experience needs to get better for you to succeed. You get a competitive advantage and do not have to miss out anymore. Electronic signatures make the process of documentation easier. But you cannot miss out on security or productivity. So, verify with VeriDoc Sign. VeriDoc Sign uses a blockchain-secured patented technology that helps you verify all documents quickly yet accurately.