The deal aims to integrate the Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) into Kdan’s “DottedSign”. Moreover, BiiLabs will use the IOTA-based Alfred API.
What is Alfred?
Alfred is software used by companies to develop proof of existence (PoE). Through the API, personal or corporate internal IoT data may be processed in real time on the IOTA Tangle.
BiiLabs provides its clients Alfred API with the ability to access Amazon AWS, as well as Sentinel Appliance hardware and IOTA technologies to protect the data from manipulation.
Kdan relies on Alfred API
The software developer will implement this technology to integrate DLT into its DottedSign solution, which has almost 7 million active members across the world. The solution offers a legally binding e-signature allowing customers to sign and manage papers to speed up the signing process online.
Lman Chu, co-founder and CEO of BiiLabs, said:
“In the digital era and the maturity of remote work, optimizing traditional documenting processes will help to build an efficient and convenient working environment. BiiLabs’ collaboration with Kdan Mobile can facilitate the digital transformation for every corporate, as well as ensuring the highest standard of data security.”
On the other hand, Kenny Su, CEO of Kdan Mobile, said:
“We are delighted to announce our collaboration with BiiLabs. Not only will this partnership enhance document transfer security for our DottedSign customers, but also will serve as a bridge between the blockchain industry and value-added electronic solutions.”
Cryptolydian earlier reported that IOTA has made remarkable updates on the Bee, IRI, Chrysalis and the Trinity wallet project.
Changing the roadmap a little, the foundation has stressed some features such as smart contracts which will be launched soon because such features see high demand.
Developers indicated that they collaborated with the Hornet team to finalize the specifications for the first changes in chrysalis. The most significant improvements are the random tip selection (protocol RFC #8) and white flag (protocol RFC # 5). They also include the signature scheme ed25519 (protocol RFC # 9).