Signing your address, known traditionally as proof of ownership, is used for verifying the authenticity of a digital message. Giving a recipient a valid digital signature provides a very strong indication that the message was created by the expected sender (authentication) and that the message was not altered in transit (integrity).

The cryptographic signing verification is used to authorize a transaction on behalf of the signer. It can also be used to prove to a smart contract that a specific account approved a specific transaction.

Our KYC-less orders are compliant and possible through the implementation of the proof of ownership technology. We use this to ensure that the receiving crypto address is in control of the user requesting the exchange.

The process of signing should be transparent to you if the wallet application you are using offers that feature. Feel free to check our guides below.

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