Digital Signature schemes were first defined in 1984, while the first commercial product came in to being in 1989. It's been more than 30 years since digital signature has been available for use in various formats. Though most people tend
UIDAI’s decision to charge for eKYC transactions, had considerable effect on financial institutes including banks and NBFC’s that were dependant on eKYC to fulfil their KYC obligations, though what most ignored was its effect on eSign, an online electronic signature service that can facilitate an Aadhaar holder to digitally sign a document. The decision made eSign expensive for several service providers who relied on eSign to automate their customer onboarding and processing flows.