The way Signata works for the assertion of rights can be summed up as follows: * An identity A uses the blockchain to assert itself onto an identity register. * Identity A purchases right X,
If you've dabbled in the cryptocurrency world, you'll probably hear about "hot" and "cold" wallets - "hot" basically meaning a wallet that is connected to the world and currently in use, and "cold"
Building trust with new products and services is difficult, but I'm hoping as the Product Manager for Signata [https://signata.net] I can help build that trust with you by trying to be
If you've configured a web server with an RSA certificate signed by an ECDSA Certificate Authority, then you may get errors from your browsers like: > ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR (Chrome) SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_
One of the common marketing phrases I intentionally omitted from our product information is "Military-Grade Encryption". Another fairly common one is " Banking-Grade Encryption". I believe these phrases should just be replaced with "Industry