1. What Is Multi-Signature?
- A multi-signature transaction requires at least two digital signatures to complete. Single-signature transactions are more common, where only one digital signature is needed to complete the transaction.
- Multi-signature is widely used in multi-party asset management, since it ensures that a transaction can only be completed when the number of signatures meets the requirement, which makes it more convenient and secure for this purpose..
- Users are required to set up a permission group to give other addresses access to the [multi-signature account] before initiating a multi-signature transaction. To learn more about how to set multi-signature permission, please refer to Multi-Signature Tutorial.
2. How to Use Multi-Signature Staking in TronLink App?
- Click on "Multisig Staking" button on the upper right corner to initiate a multi-signature staking.
- Enter the multi-signature account you wish to stake;
- You may select one from the list of accounts under control, you can also type or scan a QR code to enter the address;
- Make sure you have the permission to stake this account (required permission: Owner Permission, or “TRX Freeze” permission under Active Permission).
- Enter the staking amount;
- You may select the resource type gained from staking by switching between energy/bandwidth tabs on top of the page;
- Enter the amount of TRX you wish to stake;
- You can also view on the page the amount of energy/bandwidth and voting rights you will get by staking such amount of TRX;
- Enter the receiving address;
- Current wallet address is set as the receiving address by default. You may also enter the receiving address via typing, scanning QR code, copy and paste or choosing one in the address book;
- After you confirm to submit the transaction, go to Multi-Signature Settings;
- Select the permission group you want to use;
- Set the expiration time for this signature, which should be no longer than 24 hours. (Other members of your selected permission group must sign prior to the expiration time defined, otherwise this multi-signature transaction will fail).
6. Upon completion, you can view this multi-signature transaction and its status in “Wallet Details” > “Multi-Signature Transaction”.
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