Protect your documents with Vaultie — digital signatures tied to authenticated selfies, anchored on blockchain, and instantly verifiable.
Three simple steps to securing your documents
Take a picture of yourself with your smartphone or computer. We compare your selfie to the picture on your ID to make sure you’re who you say you are.
Upload your document to Vaultie. Drag and drop boxes to mark the places that need to be signed.
Send the document to everyone who needs to sign it.
Your signers don’t need a Vaultie subscription to sign a document. They just need to create a free account and verify their identity using their government issued ID.
Every signer takes a selfie when they sign the document. That picture is compared to their photo ID to confirm they are who they say they are.
The photos become part of the verifiable signatures that are integrated with the document.
A QR code is stamped on any document that is downloaded or printed, allowing for instant verification at any time in the future.
Your documents are stored with Vaultie in your own personal encrypted archive and can be accessed from anywhere at any time.
More than 1 billion documents are signed in pen each year, where only one original copy exists. Vaultie links any copy directly to the original, so your documents maintain the same legal punch.
We show our work when it comes to compliance, our Authentication Report shows a FINTRAC compliant identity verification which you can use to satisfy KYC requirements on:
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