Adastamp vs DocuSign on Ethereum Comparison Table

DocuSign on Ethereum
Compliant with legal regulations and be accepted by courts With QES device used Yes
Integration with smart contracts Yes Just signature no workflow
Signature visible in a document Yes(M2) No
Storage of documents Yes No
“Decentralized storage” Yes N/A
Sharing of documents Yes Yes
Notifications Yes Yes
Signing workflow Yes No
Document templates Yes Yes
Filling forms Yes Yes
Open-source solution Yes No
Long-term signatures Yes No

DocuSign is a commercial solution available integrated with the Ethereum blockchain. In this solution, only the document signature is stored in a blockchain (currently only Ethereum), and the solution does not support storing nor sharing/transferring the document. One needs to have a copy of the document to verify the signature: “Anyone with a copy of the agreement can check it against the blockchain-stored evidence to verify the copy’s integrity against the original DocuSigned file.” AdaStamp offers added value to DocuSign and similar solutions by allowing storage and sharing of documents that are to be signed.