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How to use Apple ID with .ID?
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.ID requires user to disclose their real identity data and real email, because it offers identity based digital signature service. It allows users to authenticate and sign documents electronically using the identity data they provide us.

To provide digital signature, we create a X509 certificate based on the provided identity data and bind public and private key with it. In this way, user can sign documents with their private key stored in their mobile phone.

In addition, using their real email during signup, allows users to log into our web app, and add other devices to their account (whether they are Apple devices or other manufactures) later - they are all bound with the real email.

Provide us your real email

When signing up with Apple ID please provide us your real email, so that we could set up your digital identity properly. In Apple ID dialog, make sure you check “Share my email” option.


How to reset Apple ID settings?

If you accidentally hide your email while using Apple ID you can still reset the settings and start registration over. For this you need to temporarily stop using Apple ID and start the sign up process over again.

On your iPhone

  1. Open the Settings app, then tap [your name].
  2. Tap Password & Security
  3. Tap Apps Using Your Apple ID.

To stop using your Apple ID with an app, select .ID app, then choose click on Stop Using Apple ID.

Image: Apple

When you stop using your Apple ID with an app, you're “signed out” of the app on your device.

Now, when you open our app again, you can still use Apple ID for sign up and this time, remember to share your email with us.

How do I link another device to my .ID?
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Step 1. Preparing for transfer

Make sure you have both, new and existing phone at hand when you start the linking.

Also make sure that you have .ID app installed to your new phone, but don’t log yet.

Step 2. Open Connect new device screen on your app

On your new phone, you need to open the Connect device screen

Keep the screen open and move on to next Step

Step 3.  Get the confirmation code from .ID Web app

Connecting a new device requires you to open .ID web app and getting the unique connection code from there.

  • Go to .ID web app → https://docs.agrello.io/login
  • Type in your .ID account email and hit Sign In button
  • Confirm your Sign in with your existing phone

After your have successfully logged in to web app

  • Go to Account section and click on Devices link

Devices screen

  • Click on Add new device button and you should see the confirmation code

Step 4.  Insert this code to your new .ID app confirmation code screen

  • Grab your new phone where the Enter confirmation screen is open in .ID app
  • Type in the code manually or use the QR-code scanner to grab it.

Now you can move to next step, to recreate the keys and finalize the setup of your new device.

Step 5. Finalizing the new device setup

Final steps include creating a new PIN-codes, adding visual signature (on Android), just like in usual account creation.

Final notes

When you want to sell your phone, it is a good idea to remove the old phone from your devices list. You can do it over the .ID web app.

  • Go to .ID web app → https://docs.agrello.io/login
  • Type in your .ID account email and hit Sign In button
  • Confirm your Sign in with your new or existing phone

After your have successfully logged in to web app

  • Go to Account section and click on Devices link

Devices screen

  • Click on Bin icon after the device you want to remove and you should see the confirmation code
  • Confirm removing the device using your new phone.

How do I sign documents on Android?
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You can sign anything on Android rather easily. Just pick a file and confirm your signature with PIN code. You can always request others to sign the same document as well.

Start with the + button

Start signing the document by clicking on big green + button on the home screen. It will prompt you to select file.

Select files

.ID mobile app allows you to sign any type of files and it is not restricted to any specific file type like most of other electronic signature solutions. You can pick the file directly from Google Drive or any other connected cloud storage from your phone.

Add more files or invite others to sign

You can add more files to the document, by clicking + button again.

Remember - you can only add files, before the document gets signed.

You can also add more people as signers to the document. Click on an Invite people button and just insert the person's name to request the signature. Below you can see a screenshot with an example of document with two different files and two signers.

Sign the document

In order to sign the document, click on a green Add signature button and you will be asked for your PIN code or your fingerprint or face ID.

This Android support fingerprint reading.

Document will remain on Waiting for signatures status as long as all the signers have signed. As you can see on an example below, only one user has signed. You can also set the user to be a viewer of the document, instead of signer.

Get a copy of signed document

Once the document has one or more signatures, you can download a signed copy of the file directly to your phone. Click on a 3-dot button after the file name to get the PDF version of the original file.

Signed copy is a copy of the original file with the added signature sheet.

We can currently merge the digital signatures and the original file into single PDF file when the original document is PDF or Word (.docx). For all the other file types we provide separate Signatures sheet for download.

Signature sheet always contains the following:

  • Reference to the original signed document
  • List of all the files signed by the signers
  • List of all the valid signatures with reference to their digital identity certificate

How do I create .ID account on Android
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.ID digital signature solution can be used for user verification, authentication and of course digital signing. Creating .ID account is easy and takes less than 5 minutes.

1. Download the .ID app

You can download the .ID app from Google Play. The easiest way is to search for ".ID".


Or you can just scan the QR code below to get on the right page in Google Play:

Android download link


2. Create an account

Once you have downloaded the .ID app, you can browse through the short intro, or skip that and jump right into the account creation.


You can sign up using your email or sign up with your existing Google account. If you choose to sign up with your email, please check your email mailbox for the verification code after you have entered your email. If you choose Google signup, no additional verification is needed and you can proceed to step 3.

2a. Verify your email

In order to avoid fraud and misuse of the email accounts, we are always validating emails. You should receive the verification email shortly after you have entered your email.

Sometimes verifications emails end up in your spam folder. If you have not received verification email, please check your spam folders.

3. Add visual signature

Visual example of your handwritten signature becomes a part of your digital identity. Later when you sign the documents with .ID app, it will be attached with the digital signature data to the documents you have signed.

Handwritten signature is optional. You can skip this step and/or return to it later under the account settings.

4. Choose your secret PIN-code for account protection

After you have created a handwritten signature, you need to create a secret PIN-code that will protect the usage of your digital identity in the future.

Create PIN-code to protect your digital identity

Note! This is probably most important security related step during the whole onboarding process. You are now encrypting your digital keys and they will be securely stored on your mobile phone. You can lay additional security layer on top of it, by enabling biometrics.

You can enable biometric protection and use face or fingerprint recognition later for signing.

And that's it! Welcome to the .ID digital signatures :)

Your .ID account is all set and you can start signing documents securely from now on. Remember, with .ID your digital signatures are based on your true verified identity. We call it a digital identity in your .ID app.

However, there's more you can do. For example, you can add extra level of authenticity to your digital identity, by going through the real person verification.


Read more about how to verify your identity.

How do I recover my .ID account?
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First you'll need a smartphone with the .ID app installed.

Open the app and click Recover account option.

You will be asked to enter your recovery phrase which was given to you during the registration. Enter your email address and the words. Once done, click on Continue.

In case you don’t remember your recovery phrase, please contact the support for further assistance.

If the correct recovery phrase has been entered you need to enter new PIN1…

…and PIN2.

All done. You have successfully recovered your account.

What is eIDAS?
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eIDAS is the most common name for the European Union regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the European Single Market. It was established in EU Regulation 910/2014 of 23 July 2014.

eIDAS oversees electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the European Union's internal market. It regulates electronic signatures, electronic transactions, involved bodies, and their embedding processes to provide a safe way for users to conduct business online like electronic funds transfer or transactions with public services.

Both the signatory and the recipient can have more convenience and security. Instead of relying on traditional methods, such as mail or facsimile, or appearing in person to submit paper-based documents, they may now perform transactions across borders.

The Regulation provides the regulatory environment for the following important aspects related to electronic transactions:

Advanced electronic signature

An electronic signature is considered advanced if it meets certain requirements:

  • It provides unique identifying information that links it to its signatory.
  • The signatory has sole control of the data used to create the electronic signature.
  • It must be capable of identifying if the data accompanying the message has been tampered with after being signed. If the signed data has changed, the signature is marked invalid.
  • There is a certificate for electronic signature, electronic proof that confirms the identity of the signatory and links the electronic signature validation data to that person.

Advanced electronic signatures can be technically implemented, following the XAdES, PAdES, CAdES or ASiC Baseline Profile (Associated Signature Containers) standard for digital signatures, specified by the ETSI.

Qualified electronic signature
Qualified electronic signature is an advanced electronic signature that is created by a qualified electronic signature creation device based on a qualified certificate for electronic signatures.

Qualified digital certificate for electronic signature is a certificate that attests to a qualified electronic signature's authenticity that has been issued by a qualified trust service provider.

Trust service is an electronic service that creates, validates, and verifies electronic signatures, time stamps, seals, and certificates. Also, a trust service may provide website authentication and preservation of created electronic signatures, certificates, and seals. It is handled by a trust service provider.

What are UETA and ESIGN laws?
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The Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) is a United States law which purpose is to harmonize state laws concerning retention of paper records (especially checks) and the validity of electronic signatures.

The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) is a United States federal law passed by the U.S. Congress to facilitate the use of electronic records and electronic signatures in interstate and foreign commerce by ensuring the validity and legal effect of contracts entered into electronically.

UETA gives the legal recognition to electronic signatures, records and contracts in Section 7:

(a) A record or signature may not be denied legal effect or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form.

(b) A contract may not be denied legal effect or enforceability solely because an electronic record was used in its formation.

(c) If a law requires a record to be in writing, an electronic record satisfies the law.

(d) If a law requires a signature, an electronic signature satisfies the law.

UETA also provide the attribution and effect of electronic record and electronic signatures

(a) An electronic record or electronic signature is attributable to a person if it was the act of the person. The act of the person may be shown in any manner, including a showing of the efficacy of any security procedure applied to determine the person to which the electronic record or electronic signature was attributable.

(b) The effect of an electronic record or electronic signature attributed to a person under subsection (a) is determined from the context and surrounding circumstances at the time of its creation, execution, or adoption, including the parties' agreement, if any, and otherwise as provided by law.

ESIGN provides definition for the electronic signatures in Section 106

(5) ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE– The term 'electronic signature' means an electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to or logically associated with a contract or other record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record.

Similar to UETA ESIGN gives a legal recognition to electronic signatures and contracts

(1) a signature, contract, or other record relating to such transaction may not be denied legal effect, validity, or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form; and

(2) a contract relating to such transaction may not be denied legal effect, validity, or enforceability solely because an electronic signature or electronic record was used in its formation.

ESIGN also sets requirements for contract and records retention. ESIGN Section 101(d) provides that if a law requires that a business retain a record of a transaction, the business satisfies the requirement by retaining an electronic record, as long as the record 1) "accurately reflects" the substance of the original record in an unalterable format, 2) is "accessible" to people who are entitled to access it, 3) is "in a form that is capable of being accurately reproduced for later reference, whether by transmission, printing or otherwise", and 4) is retained for the legally required period of time.

What makes .ID signatures ESIGN and UETA compliant?
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When determining whether an electronic signature is compliant under the ESIGN Act, following requirements must be fulfilled:

Consent to do business electronically

All parties to an agreement or transaction must agree to conduct the transaction using electronic means. The ESIGN Act Section 101 expressly provides that the consumer has affirmatively consented to such use and has not withdrawn such consent.

.ID signatures cannot be created without prior user consent. Then requesting an electronic signature the user will be asked to confirm the signature by entering the PIN-code on their mobile phone. User can easily reject such request by cancelling the PIN-entry.

Intent to sign

Electronic signatures, like regular wet signatures, are valid only if each party intended to sign.

.ID signatures do not happen magically. They are created in the process where each signatory is actually intending to sign the document. Signatories can approve or reject the signature requests easily over the .ID app on their mobile phone.

Association of the signature with the record
An electronic signature must be connected or associated to the document that is being signed by indicating a process by which the signature was created or by creating a graphical or textual statement, which gets added to the signed record.

.ID uses ASiC-E signature container format (.asic) including the XAdES signature standard put down by ETSI to prevent tampering the original signed digital file and link signatures directly with the record.

Users cannot transfer the issued signature to any other document, because they are valid only together with the associated files.

One of the key differentiator of the .ID advanced electronic signatures is that we do not tamper with the original signed document. We do not add the watermarks, or handwritten signature images into the document, as it would make the signatures less secure (anyone can then make a screenshot of your signature and reuse it). Our signatures are mathematically connected to the original documents and only valid if the mathematic hash of the signed file matches with the hash stored in signatures.

Attribution

The electronic signature must be attributable to the person who is signing. The attribution of an electronic signature to a person will be determined based on the context and circumstances under which the document is signed. This can be done by a variety of means, such as documenting the communications and actions of the parties, or preserving an audit trail.

.ID signatures are created with the private key inside .ID app that is mathematically linked to the public key of the signatory, where a standard validation formula can be used to prove its validity.

The public key of .ID digital identity is mathematically tied with the identity verification session and the same identity verification session can be tied with only one .ID account.

.ID digital identity is linked to the device of the .ID holder, while the private keys are also generated and stored only in that device and are protected by PIN-codes that are set by the user.

Record retention

An electronically signed document must be in the form of an electronic record capable of retention by the recipient at the time of receipt. The sender or the information processing system must not inhibit the ability of the recipient to print or store the electronic record for later reference.

.ID uses ASiC-E signature container format (.asic) including the XAdES signature standard put down by ETSI to prevent tampering the original signed digital file and link signatures directly with the record. User can download the signature container any time over secure SSL encryption during the transit.

ASIC-E container content (files and signatures) can be validated any time using open source ASIC viewers.

In addition, user can always host the signed document container on secure .ID platform for previewing and downloading them later.

How do I sign documents on .ID web app?
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Electronic signature signing

Signing documents or actually any kind of files is a simple process.

After you have signed in, simply click on the Upload & Sign Files.

Step 1. Choose a name for your signed document envelope

First things first - we recommend you to choose a name for your signed document envelope.

Step 2. Add file(s) you want to sign

As second step, you can add documents or files by simply dragging and dropping them into the designated box.

.ID supports all the most common document types, as well other file formats. It’s easy to sign contracts and Excel tables the same time.

There is a size limitation of 30MB per file.

Step 3. Add participants

Once you have the documents uploaded, it’s time to add participants. Simply click Add participants to get started.

Participant is a person who either needs to sign the document(s) or gets viewer access to the document(s).


Once you have all the participants in place, click Preview

Step 4. Sign

Before giving your signature you can double-check everything in Preview mode.

If you spot a mistake you can always click Edit and go back and fix those mistakes.

When you are ready click Sign or wait for other people to sign first.

Once you click Sign, you’ll be prompted a screen both on your desktop as well on mobile app.

In order to Sign you need to enter your PIN2 on your mobile device.

Before you enter your PIN2 make sure the 4 digit control codes are matching. This is required to make sure you are going to sign the correct document.

Once you have entered your PIN2 your document is signed. You can see the time stamp and other relevant information here.

You can also add additional signers and viewers if this is something you want to do.

Document with more than one signature cannot be deleted anymore.

.ID is built in a way to provide a trustless service. As we are using EU signature format the signed file comes in Asic format. This envelope includes the signed documents and files, signature data and identity data. And you are welcome to store it on your own hard drive. It’s still valid and legally binding.

Congratulations!

You have successfully signed your document.

What is ASiC signature container format?
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TL;DR ASiC is a compressed file format that contains the original signed files and digital signatures in one convenient package. It’s the only EU approved format to package files and electronic signatures together.

Associated Signature Containers (ASiC) specifies the use of container structures to bind together one or more signed objects with either advanced electronic signatures or timestamp tokens into one single digital container.

Under the eIDAS regulation , an associated signature container (ASiC) for eIDAS is a data container that is used to hold a group of file objects and digital signatures and/or time assertions that are associated to those objects. This data is stored in the ASiC in a ZIP format.

European Commission Implementing Decision 2015/1506 of 8 September 2015 laid down specifications relating to formats of advanced electronic signatures and advanced seals to be recognised by public sector bodies pursuant to Articles 27 and 37 of the eIDAS-regulation.

Technical specification of ASiCs have been updated and standardized since April 2016 by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute in the standard Associated Signature Containers (ASiC)(ETSI EN 319 162-1 V1.1.1 (2016-04).

What makes .ID signatures eIDAS compliant?
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According to eIDAS regulation, an advanced electronic signatures need to fulfil four criteria:

It is uniquely linked to the signatory
.ID signatures are created with the private key inside .ID app that is mathematically linked to the public key of the signatory, where a standard validation formula can be used to prove its validity.

It is capable of identifying the signatory
The public key of .ID digital identity is mathematically tied with the identity verification session and the same identity verification session can be tied with only one .ID account.

It is created using electronic signature creation data that the signatory can, with a high level of confidence, use under his sole control
.ID is linked to the device of the .ID holder, while the private keys are also generated and stored only in that device and are protected by PIN-codes that are set by the user.

It is linked to the data signed therewith in such a way that any subsequent change in the data is detectable
.ID uses ASiC-E signature container format (.asic) including the XAdES signature standard put down by ETSI to prevent tampering the original signed digital file.

How can I delete my account?
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We honor your privacy and therefore you can delete your .ID account at anytime you wish.

Be aware that by deleting your account all your information will be erased and there’s no way to recover it at later stage.

In order to delete your account please follow the following steps.

  1. Go to .ID webapp - https://docs.agrello.io/login and log in using your .ID
Deleting electronic signature app account

2. Click on “My Account”

3. Go to subpage “Account”

4. Click on “Delete Account”

By clicking “Delete” your account with all the data will be deleted.

Please note, that in case you have digitally signed documents between two or more parties, those documents will not be deleted, as other parties still keep their copy.

How do I create .ID account on iOS?
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.ID can be used for verifying, authentication and digital signing. It’s your digital passport in your pocket.

Creating it is easy and takes less than 5 minutes.

  • Download the app
  • Create an account
  • Create a back up
  • Select your PIN1 & PIN2

Step 1. Download the app

.ID app can be found from App Store.


Scan the QR code for shortcut:

iOS download link



Step 2. Create an account

When creating account, you have two options.

You can either sign up with Google or use your own email address.

When signing up with your own email, you will need to verify your email address.

In case your are here for recovery or you want to connect another device, please check those following articles.

Step 3. Back up your account*


Backing up your account is part of the sign up flow for iOS. For Android, the back up can done later stage from the app settings.

Please back up you security phrase in a secure place, so no-one can access it. More about account recovery can be found from here.

Please note that Agrello doesn’t hold any keys that can possibly allow accessing or restoring your account. This recovery phrase is the only means of restoring your account. You should ideally remember this phrase or store it in a safe place, as it will allow yourself or anybody who knows it to re-create your account and get a full access to it.

Step 4. Select your PIN1 & PIN2

Second step would be selecting yourself a PIN1 & PIN2.

PIN1 is used for authentication as PIN2 is used for signing and confirming actions. Nobody except you should know those.

As for PIN1 you need to select a four digit code.

You have to enter it twice, second time for the confirmation purposes.

On iOS, after you have selected your PIN1 you will be offered an option to use biometrics instead to speed up the authentication process.

PIN2 is needed for signing and confirming actions. As actions confirmed with PIN2 can have legal results it has to be a different number than PIN1.

PIN2 needs to be a six digit number and it has to be entered twice, second time being a confirmation.

On iOS, after you have selected your PIN2 you will be offered an option to use biometrics instead to speed up the signing process.

You're all set!


You have created yourself .ID digital identity with basic verification level. Now you can log into .Doc’s portal and give electronic signatures.


In order to give advanced digital signatures you need to verify your identity.

.ID for Google Docs
How do I install .ID for Google Docs?
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.ID for Google Docs is available on the GSuite marketplace and anyone can install it for free like any other Google Docs add-on.

1. Open Add-on’s menu in your Google Docs editor

2. Search for .ID signatures in marketplace pop-up and click on the .ID signatures banner.

3. Click on the big blue Install button on next screen

4. Click Continue on the next screen

5. Choose the Google account you want to use

6. On the next screen, Google will explain what kind of permissions .ID add-on requires. Click Allow.

7. Congratulations! .ID for Google Docs is now installed and you can find it under the add-on’s menu

How to log in to connect .ID platform and .ID for Google Docs
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After you have installed .ID for Google Docs, your next step is to connect add-on with your personal account in .ID platform.

1. Click on Sign with .ID menu link under Add-ons menu in your Google Docs

Note: on some occasions, you need to reload the document right after the installation of .ID add-on to see “Sign with .ID” link.

2. Click “Log in“ on the add-on sidebar

3. You are directed to the secure authentication screen of .ID platform. Insert your email and confirm log in in your .ID app

After you have confirmed the login, approve the permissions for Google Docs add-on.

4. Congratulations! Now your .ID add-on is connected securely to .ID platform

This is one-time only process to establish a secure connection between the add-on and .ID platform. This connection is kept alive until you press a small Logout icon in the upper right corner.
It might be a good idea to log out from add-on if you are using a shared computer.

How do I send the document to .ID platform for signing?
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After you have connected .ID add-on with your personal account on .ID platform you are all set to send Google document for signing on .ID platform.

If you don’t have .ID sidebar open in your Google Docs, click on Sign with .ID menu link to open it up

1. To send a document to .ID platform, click on a Send button on add-on sidebar

When you click on Send button, .ID add-on will take the last version of your Google document and creates a PDF version of it and sends that to .ID platform for signing.

2. Your document is now waiting for you on .ID platform

3. Go to .ID platform to sign the document

Click on the “Go to …” button and .ID platform opens in new window. Log into the .ID platform and you are automatically directed to the signature container of your Google document.

4. Sign the document as usual

Read more about signing from here.

Getting started with .ID for Google Docs
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.ID for Google Docs is a free add-on that connects your Google Docs editor with .ID digital signatures platform. It allows you to send your Google document to .ID platform for signing and requesting signatures from other people.

Step 1 - Get .ID for yourself

To get started with .ID for Google Docs, you need to have .ID app and account prepared.

Read more

  • How do I create .ID?
how to sign documents in google docs

Step 2 - Prepare a document in Google, install add-on, and send it to .ID platform

In Google Docs prepare the document as you would normally do and once you are ready to sign it, get the .ID add-on for Google from the GSuite marketplace.

Read more

  • How do I install .ID for Google Docs?
  • How to log in to connect .ID platform and .ID for Google Docs
  • How do I send the document to .ID platform for signing?

Step 3 - Sign document in .ID platform

.ID add-on will create a PDF version of your Google document and prepares a signature container with the PDF inside it in .ID platform. After you have send the document to .ID platform, head over there and sign the document as usual.

Agrello DLT token
What is Agrello Delta Token (DLT)?
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DLT token is also used to reward parties that contribute to the operations and improvement of Agrello services.

DLT is a Blockchain based cryptographic token that can be exchanged for other cryptographic tokens and cryptocurrencies on 3rd party digital asset exchange sites.

DLT token is running on and secured by Ethereum public blockchain ERC-20 smart contract. For holding and managing DLT tokens, one has to have a Ethereum digital wallet that supports ERC-20 tokens. Contact address and details about the token itself can be found here: https://etherscan.io/token/0x07e3c70653548b04f0a75970c1f81b4cbbfb606f

How do I store DLT assets?
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DLT tokens can be stored on a cryptocurrency/cryptotoken wallet. The wallet has a recipient address to which the tokens must be transfered to. In most of such wallets, the token account must be set up using DLT ERC-20 contract address, which is 0x07e3c70653548b04f0a75970c1f81b4cbbfb606f.

One of the most used services providing a personal cryptocurrency/ctyptotoken wallet is Metamask.

For this example we are using Metamask Mobile application.

Step 1: Install Metamask

In Apple App store or Google Play, look for Metamask. Install the .ID application and open it. You should end up in the wallet page, where there’s a button “+Add tokens”

Installing MetaMask




Step 2: Add DLT

Select Custom Tokens and start by entering DLT token address:

0x07e3c70653548b04f0a75970c1f81b4cbbfb606f

Step 3 - Receive tokens

Use your public address to direct tokens to your wallet.

Congratulations!

You are ready to store DLT tokens on your Metamask wallet. There are many other wallet providers on the market. With most of them the process is simlar.

Where can i trade DLT?
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Currently, DLT is being traded on following digital exchanges:

I’m missing my 2FA device
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  1. Install Agrello .ID app from Play Market or App Store (Android or iOS respectively);
  2. Create a new account (if possible use the same email you used for token platform);
  3. Verify your identity.

Please, let us know the verification is done and provide the next information:

  • your Name and Last Name you were using for the verification;
  • your email address connected to the Agrello token platform account
  • In case email connected to token platform is different from one connected to .ID please include both.

I don’t receive an SMS code and can’t log in to my Agrello token platform account.
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To deactivate the SMS auth for the account we need to verify your identity first. Please follow the steps below:

  1. Install Agrello .ID app from Play Market or App Store (Android or iOS respectively);
  2. Create a new account (if possible use the same email you used for token platform);
  3. Verify your identity.

Please, let us know the verification is done and provide the next information:

  • your Name and Last Name you were using for the verification;
  • your email address connected to the Agrello token platform account
  • In case email connected to token platform is different from one connected to .ID please include both.

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