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Last Updated on: 19th February 2021, 10:48 pm

Digital signature verify the integrity of a transaction through public key cryptography. The signing process proves cryptocurrency transactions are made from the rightful sender and have not been altered.

Digital signatures are generated from the transaction hash and the private key. The public key is then used to determine if the signature was produced from the proper transaction hash and private key.

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