SignEase is an evolution of Bean Cloud, an electronic signing product that has been in operation for 3 years. SignEase is a mobile electronic signing and blockchain storage & validation product. SignEase is already connected to the Hangzhou Internet Court’s Judicial Chain and Sharder’s distributed storage & validation network. All e-contracts signed, stored, and validated on SignEase are also uploaded to the Judicial Chain and Sharder. SignEase was officially launched as a WeChat mini-program on September 2019. To date, over 3.8 million pieces of data are stored and validated judicially.
SignEase hopes to become part of the ELA ecology and store data and e-contracts signed on SignEase to ELA. ELA’s global influence, distribution of nodes, and large number of supporters will help ensure that the data and e-contracts signed on SignEase will have a wider influence and credibility.
Benefits to ELA & Ecosystem
SignEase is an electronic signing and blockchain storage & validation product that has been adapted commercially, it can realize the commercial use of ELA’s blockchain technology. SignEase allows business users and consumers outside of the blockchain and cryptocurrency community to further understand ELA. To date, SignEase has over a hundred business users and thousands of consumers. With SignEase connected to ELA, the market expansion and marketing of SignEase will greatly complement ELA as more people will also be acquainted with ELA.
SignEase will also utilize ELA towards the purchase of the electronic signing and blockchain storage & validation services it provides. This will provide commercial utility for ELA and establish a scenario for ELA as an everyday-use-token as every ELA holder can use ELA to purchase SignEase services.
If possible, SignEase hopes to become part of the top 36 ELA super nodes. Aside from introducing ELA to ordinary everyday use, SignEase hopes to contribute towards the basic implementations of ELA.
SignEase will first complete the technology docking with ELA and complete the on-chain storage:
a) Sign up for ELA address.
b) Calculate a file hash for contracts that are uploaded to the chain.
c) Create transaction and write file hash into transaction.
d) Sign transaction with private key; create and broadcast transaction with ELA’s API.
e) Record transaction to SignEase when blocks are generated from transaction.
Once the on-chain storage is completed, SignEase will iterate the project’s blockchain storage & validation module “StorEase” and will provide a UI display of on-chain storage & validation details on ELA. An authenticity inquiry and verification UI will also be provided. Clicking the relevant file hash on SignEase will redirect the user to ELA’s block explorer, the relevant file hash can also be viewed on the DID properties. As illustrated below:
After completing the on-chain storage & validation and authentication functions, SignEase will add ELA payment support to the SignEase top-up center. At that time, the monthly average price of ELA or within a certain period will be calculated and converted into the corresponding fiat amount. Aside from using fiat to purchase SignEase services, users can also use ELA towards the purchase.
The estimated completion time is 4-weeks:
Week 1 – 2: Iterating on-chain storage & validation
Week 3: Independent authentication functions.
Week 4: ELA payment support within the SignEase top-up center.
Method 1: After completing the technology docking between SignEase and ELA, contracts signed on SignEase will be stored and validated to the ELA chain. Every ELA community member can login and use the SignEase mini-program to sign e-contracts. The transaction hash of the contract stored & validated on ELA can be viewed on the evidence process details page. The presence of the transaction can also be authenticated on ELA’s block explorer.
Method 2: The ELA transaction hash and storage transaction can be authenticated and verified on StorEase’s independent authentication tool. After clicking the ELA storage & validation hash, the user will be redirected to ELA’s block explorer and the user will be able to authenticate the transaction.
Method 3: After purchasing ELA, the ELA payment option will be displayed in the SignEase top-up center and the user will be able to purchase SignEase services with ELA.
Liang Nian – Senior Developer with 4+ years of experience
Xiong Lang – Developer with 2+ years of experience
Ge Wei – Developer with 2+ years of experience
Wang Feng – Developer with 2+ years of experience
Dong Kun – UI/UX Graphical Designer with 5+ years of experience