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Signature types

description of available contract signature types

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Written by Sebastian Nedoma
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Introduction πŸ‘‹

In fynk, users have the flexibility to employ various signature types when signing contracts or other documents. The choice of signature type is determined by the owners or editors of the specific document.

These three signature options primarily vary in terms of ease-of-use and evidential strength.

SES (Simple electronic signature)

This signature type is frequently utilized for informal use cases or those with minimal liability risk. Here, users only need to provide a signature without the necessity for a second authentication step.

AES (Advanced electronic signature)

AES is often employed for internal processes and documents that do not necessitate a handwritten legal signature. In this approach, a secondary authentication step is implemented through a code sent to a mobile device.

QES (Qualified electronic signature)

This represents the most advanced form, on par with handwritten signatures. Consequently, it is suitable for crucial external documents and contracts due to its unparalleled evidential strength.

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