Recently, Tencent announced the launch of Tencent E-Sign with a new “small debit” feature.
Open the WeChat mini application, search for “腾讯电子签Tencent E-Signature”, select the “small debit” function, confirm the identity information, and then enter the information agreed upon by both parties to create a standard debit and send it to the other party for confirmation and signature.
At the same time, this mini program also has a “payment reminder” feature. On the agreed day, the platform will remind the borrower of the payment via SMS.
Tencent E-Sign stores the key electronic evidences in the signing process of both parties in the blockchain and uploads the hash value of the electronic evidences to the blockchain trusted certificate storage service platform “Zhixin Chain”. The underlying technology is based on the domestic independent and controllable open source platform “Chang’an Chain” to ensure the security and manipulability of the contract content. Users do not need to install an app and the electronic direct debit is valid for a long time. They do not even have to worry about losing, damaging or tampering with their mobile phone when they move or change it.
It is reported that Tencent E-Sign has introduced a series of functions such as small receipts and small contracts in addition to small debit. At the same time, Tencent E-Sign has also launched a SaaS version and an API version of e-contract services, and jointly launched the “Cloud Signing” solution with Tencent Conference to help enterprises improve the efficiency of signatures and transactions.