What Is Signata? (SATA) Complete Guide Review About Signata.

What Is Signata? (SATA) Complete Guide Review About Signata.

What Is Signata?

The Signata project aims to deliver a full suite of blockchain-powered identity and access control solutions, including hardware token integration and a marketplace of smart contracts for integration with 3rd party service providers. The online identity management world is in a constant state of flux. Centralized identity providers (such as Google, Facebook, and Okta) are attempting to lead the charge with centralized authentication services for simplified management, and the era of the password is looking to quickly become obsolete.

However, centralized identity management requires users to rescind all control of their identity and access to the service providers that manage their identities, instead of retaining the control over their individual authentication capabilities and identity assertions. These centralized providers typically fund themselves by building unprecedented tracking data on individuals, observing the use of identities within their services and outside through an ever-growing network of online tracking systems.

Signata Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameSignata
Short NameSATA
Circulating Supply878,398,685.00 BZNT
Total Supply999,999,820
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
ExplorersClick Here To View Explorers
Twitter PageClick Here To Visit Twitter Group
WhitepaperClick Here To View
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website


Signata is changing!

Signata Coin With the launch of the SATA token project, Signata will undergo some big changes! They will change how you connect to your YubiKeys, how you log in to Signata, and adding the ability to manage your identity as well as your crypto wallet!

Zero-knowledge secret storage

Add new addresses to your wallet in just seconds. You can add as many Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, XLM, LTO, and XRP addresses as you need, and more supported address types are coming. They are a zero-knowledge service for storing your cryptocurrency keys, which means we can never ever see your private keys. They just store your encrypted keys so you can access them anywhere you log in to the Signata app

Send coins anywhere, anytime

Signata with your crypto addresses stored safely in your Signata vault, you can transfer funds back into any exchange at any time, or export and import your addresses into other wallet software for trading (e.g. MetaMask for ERC-20 trading).

All transactions with Signata need your YubiKey plugged in and a PIN that only you know, so you can be sure no unauthorised transactions will be made from your wallet.

Protect more than just Crypto

Need to keep some information secret, like a passphrase, a safe combination, identity information, or private keys for other cryptocurrencies. You can store unlimited secure notes in Signata, all encrypted by your YubiKey. And just like your cryptocurrency addresses, we can never see your encrypted secrets.

Decentralized X.509 (Dex509)

Signata Coin public Key Infrastructure (PKI) systems have been built and naturally evolved to suit operation on blockchains. Considering the core capabilities of certificate authorities, the security controls imposed to protect them are designed to effectively replicate the features that blockchains now inherently offer – they store an immutable sequence of events much like the individual blocks and transactions managed on chains.

Product Roadmap

Upon release and successful uptake of the SATAAirdrop, Congruent Labs will establish 3 development streams to deliver each core product. The first development stream will be responsible for core Signata application development. The second development stream will be responsible for Dex509 application development. The third development stream will be
responsible for IdGAF application development.

The penultimate service to be delivered by Congruent Labs will be the convergence of all 3
development streams into a unified product and framework, facilitating the use of hardware
wallets in combination with decentralized identity management and payment for products and
subscriptions bound to those identities.