(1) Login with your own Self Sovereign Identity
Login with Blockstack. It's a Self Sovereign identity that you own. No more worrying about your data being leaked with Facebook login.
(2) Upload a PDF securely with data privacy
Upload a document from your local file system to your own personal secure storage bucket in the cloud. Only you and the person you share the file with have the keys to access this data. The upload never touches our servers NOT Blockusign. NOT any government. JUST YOU! This is the data privacy you have always dreamed of. GDPR and HIPAA complient.
Drag and drop the "sign here" annotation so the recipient knows where to sign. Don't forget to add some emojis for custom flaire!
(4) Collaborate socially
Email a link to the document to your signer, and communicate with the built-in chat. A document log history is viewable from the chat, too!
The recipient signs the document. The transaction will be digitally signed and stored on the immutable ledger. This signature is unique to them and proves the date and time they signed it.
Current document signing systems can be forged since they are architected using a central server owned by a central company.
(6) Record Video Proof
Record a 20 second verbal sign-off video attesting a document is accurate. The video cannot be altered by video editing software because its hash is saved to the blockchain.
Prevent fake news by verifying the source. Management can sign off on a deal. Video confessionals. Verbally record any statement and verify its truthfulness using the blockchain.
(7) Finalize - Save the document as a Smart Contract to the Blockchain
Finalize the document as a legally binding agreement by saving it's hash as a smart contract to the blockchain. It's like a digital notary and is signed and timestamped. The hash of the document is sent to a smart contract where both parties digitally and cryptographically sign it.
The hash is stored on an immutable ledger (currently bitcoin). Security is maintained because the actual document is never stored on the blockchain. Even if one tiny space is added to the document after it's signed, it will not match, thus proving the document was changed or tampered with.
In the event of a legal dispute, the authenticity of the document is proved by comparing your local document's hash to that stored on the blockchain. If the hashes match, the document is valid.