As organizations move away from paper documents with ink signatures or authenticity stamps, Ukrainians increasingly use digital signatures
Thursday, August 23, 2018

As organizations move away from paper documents with ink signatures or authenticity stamps, Ukrainians increasingly use digital signatures

As organizations move away from paper documents with ink signatures or authenticity stamps, Ukrainians increasingly use digital signatures. Since the start of the year, the State Fiscal Service has issued 140, 600 digital signatures to individuals and 263,200 to 57,300 legal entities. Often used for paying taxes, a digital signature can provide assurances of the provenance, identity, and status of an electronic document.

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