We support different public blockchains and privacy levels
Keys are encrypted, requiring a PIN to decode them. The first time they are created, a list of words is generated that will allow you to recover your credentials.
This is call “mnemonics”.
Signatures are generated via the ED25519 algorithm and include not only the payload but also all the metadata about publishing and verifying.
Signed data and metadata is written into the blockchain by Armilis after a consistency check.
Every time a signature insertion happens you are returned the transaction ID. This allows you to trace back the full signed data in the blockchain.
You can share the verification key with selected parties or publish it on your corporate website and link to it in the data structure itself to allow instantaneous identity verification through a Certification Authority.