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Verified e-signature

While a simple electronic signature may be accepted in various jurisdictions, it fails to address the core issue of verifying the signer's identity. Truid offers a cost-effective solution to eliminate this fraud risk.


Different levels of esignature

EU regulation provides a legal framework for electronic identities and transactions. Our product aligns with eIDAS principles, offering compliant e-signature solutions for a secure and seamless digital identity experience.


Simple Electronic Signatures

Basic forms of online digital signatures where there is no requirement for the signatory to be uniquely identified. Provide minimal assurance and are typically used for low-risk transactions.


Advanced Electronic Signatures

Require a higher level of identity verification and are uniquely linked to the signatory. Offer more security as they are capable of identifying the signer and detecting any subsequent changes in the document.


Qualified Electronic Signatures

The highest level of digital signatures under eIDAS and more expensive. Require a qualified digital certificate issued by a trusted service provider. Legally equal to handwritten signatures within the EU.

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A step by step guide to e-sign

How you e-sign a document with Truid


Step 1: Received document

Choose to sign with Truid


Step 2: Sign with Your PIN

Sign with your face, use biometrics


Step 3: Signed Document

The document is now successfully signed

Vital components of a sign

A signature has two main components: Authentication ("I am me!") and Consent ("I agree!"). A signature serves to deliver on three key assurances.

Integrity Assurance

It ensures that the signed content cannot be tampered with or forged.

Authenticity Assurance

‍It provides a record of the person who signed.

Non-Repudiation Assurance

‍It prevents the person from denying their involvement or the validity of the action.

"Finally a global identity verification service with digital signature capabilities"

Lars J.

CTO, CSign


How it works

Verify e-signature identities in 90 seconds


User wants to sign a document using your service.


User downloads Truid from the App Store or Google Play.


User goes through the process of verifying their identity in just a few seconds.


User allows data sharing to service.


Once identified, the user gets access to a reusable digital identity that can be used for instant e-signatures anytime.

Legal e-signature

Digital signature legality and identity verification

In the realm of digital signatures, legality and identity verification are paramount. Understanding the legal framework surrounding electronic signatures ensures compliance and trust in digital transactions.

Legal framework

Digital signatures are legally recognized in many countries, including the US, EU, and others. They offer the same legal standing as handwritten signatures, thanks to regulations like the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce (ESIGN) Act in the US and the eIDAS Regulation in the EU.

Identity verification for e-signatures

Identity verification plays a crucial role in ensuring the integrity of digital signatures. Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption techniques bolster security, safeguarding against identity fraud and unauthorized access.

AES encryption

AES encryption, a robust cryptographic algorithm, enhances the security of digital signatures. It ensures that documents remain confidential and tamper-proof during transmission and storage. Incorporating robust identity verification measures and leveraging AES encryption strengthens the legality and security of digital signatures, fostering trust in electronic transactions.


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