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How do i add an electronic signature to a word document?
When a client enters information (such as a password) into the online form on , the information is encrypted so the client cannot see it. An authorized representative for the client, called a "Doe Representative," must enter the information into the "Signature" field to complete the signature.
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I'm on Linux but i still don't understand, why can't a linux user install the package without typing? Thanks Johannes Offline Activity: 602 Merit: 500 Hero MemberActivity: 602Merit: 500 Re: Bitcoin Gold [BTG] , 01:05:44 PM #6 Quote from: gavinandresen on , 11:40:30 AM BTG doesn't support a signature as an optional parameter, so a user would have to sign a block to be sure it's valid. If a user wants to sign and verify his transactions in the future without having to download the whole chain, he can sign the last block. Is it possible to get a signature as an optional parameter? You might as well just ask for a fee, then. You might as well just ask for a fee, then. - 1MB blocks + inflation = 1MB/s - 1Mb blocks + inflation = 500,000 Bts per hour on average jgarzik Offline Activity: 1554 Merit: 1001 LegendaryActivity: 1554Merit: 1001 Re: Bitcoin Gold [BTG] , 01:07:12 PM #7 Quote from: johannes on , 01:05:44 PM Is it possible to get a signature as an optional parameter? You might as well just ask for a fee, then. A signature as an optional parameter would imply a minimum transaction fee. So the transaction would only be relayed if it doesn't have more fees than it costs to broadcast. If there are any fees greater than the minimum, then the transaction is invalid. So the minimum fee would have to be higher than the current median for the transaction to make sense. However, there is currently no way to make a transaction have the right signatur...
How do you know an electronic signature is real?
That you have the signature of an actual person that signed it. And, of course, I do. Because that's the thing about an electronic signature. If you can't prove with something else that you were the actual person who actually signed it or that your physical signature is there, it becomes a fraud. That is, unless you could get a court to sign off on it, where the court would basically rule this electronic signature is a real signature, even if the electronic signature looks real to you. You can't be sure. It's like the difference between a hologram and a hologram. It doesn't matter who put it there. They don't have to show a real hand to make it work. So, if you sign an electronic signature, if that person can't provide proof that the signature is theirs, it becomes fake. It becomes fraud. So, in the case of electronic signatures, and there's an entire case that's been pending in the court for about ten years about, what to do about them, the judge actually said there was enough evidence in that case, which is sort of an interesting precedent for a lot of these kinds of cases. If you can show a court that an electronic signature can be faked, you could get a court ruling to allow you to make a copy of that signature and prove that the signature is fake. So that would solve that particular problem. It's not a complete fix by any stretch of the imagination, but it would solve that particular issue. So that would really solve one of the two problems, because then you could us...