mSIGNA is the next generation multi-sig bitcoin wallet.
The wallet is owned by Ciphrex Inc, a startup that focuses on blockchain-related niches, and its other product is CoinSocket (an enterprise development platform).
Like Tokenly Pockets, mSIGNA is open-source too.
Banking on speed and security, mSIGNA is a powerful wallet, and even though it was poorly received among the bitcoin community, the wallet still has potential.
mSIGNA facilitates offline key generation and multisignature functionality, all of which boost the security-score of the wallet.
You can propose transactions and share unsigned or partially signed transactions with other network entities.
You can tag your transactions.
You can request and incrementally add signatures.
Additionally, you can broadcast transactions directly to the network once the required signatures have been added.
There is a lot that mSIGNA needs to work on, though. First off, their crappy website! OMG. If you have been to that place you understand how
First off, their crappy website! OMG. If you have been to that place you understand how
OMG. If you have been to that place you understand how
If you have been to that place you understand how farkin hard it is to move around.
Like seriously, mSIGNA, get someone to clean that mess of a website, and we will tell you what else you must work on.